How To Launch Blood Clot In The Legs Due To An Accident?
Hello, I am Govinda, Monday, December 30, 2019 yesterday, I had an accident, suffered many injuries, but not fatal, my left big toe was sewn, then the back of his foot was quite large, well, because of that I didn’t set my foot on the ground , so blood clots in the area of my left leg, how do I do it so that the blood can run smoothly again and not clot … Thank you, wassalam
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It seems that what you mean by blood clots on the left leg is bruised. Bruises occur due to broken blood vessels, where one of the causes of broken blood vessels is injury. As a result of broken blood vessels, blood comes out and collects in the tissue under the skin. Later bodily processes will occur in an attempt to stop the bleeding that occurs. The duration of bleeding depends on the size of the damaged blood vessels. The smaller the faster the bleeding stops and the smaller the size of the bruises, and vice versa.
In small bruises, the blood will be reabsorbed by the body's own tissues. In the wider bruises special drugs are needed so that the bruises can be absorbed by the body immediately. Bruises can also be aspirated with a needle or removed surgically. The choice of treatment for bruises depends on the symptoms that arise as a result.
Meanwhile, you do ice packs until day 3 after the injury occurred. Next, replace with warm compresses. You can compress it 4 times a day for about 10-15 minutes each. Then move your left foot slowly. Movement you can do on each joint from the joints at the tip of the foot (toes) to the base of the foot (hip joint). At the time of rest (lying down or sitting), position the legs in a raised condition to the top, as far as possible higher than the position of the heart.
If by the above method has not been able to improve the condition, immediately consult with the nearest doctor so that further testing can be done. The doctor will give drugs that can help the absorption of bruised blood.
Thus hopefully useful.