How To Overcome The Side Effects Of Pen Installation?
Good evening doctor, I want to ask my mom October 2018 operative pen installation in the hips, then 6 months and then check up, after that not yet check again the drug was not up to now, after I put it on my mother’s pen I complained he said it was hot and itchy, it was indeed Is it a side plug? Then how should I deal with it, should I check it again or just release the pen? I am afraid that my mother’s hips are rotten in the heat because of the tide of the pair. Please answer, doctor Trimakasiih 😊😊
Good morning, thanks for the question
Pelvic fractures without severe bone shift will generally require surgery in the form of an internal pen placement. The operation aims to connect bone fractures to their normal location so that bone healing is expected to take place normally and minimize complications.
The recovery process can take up to one year depending on the severity of the previous injury. Recovery will also require a rehabilitation program to accelerate healing and maximize movement as soon as possible. During this time the patient is advised to control in accordance with the advice given by the doctor, but in the course if you experience other complaints that are quite disturbing then you can consult it again with the treating doctor.
Complaints of itching can be a sign that is in the healing period. If there is no visible inflammation such as fever, severe pain, swelling, redness, or surgical scars that secrete fluid, then there is really no need to worry too much. Pen in the body will not rot because of the operation that is carried out in a sterile and germ-free. If you are in doubt, you should check with a doctor so you can do a direct examination.
That's all, hope you can help.