Libyan Fractures And Pain?
Congratulations mlm, I suffered a broken leg bone due to an accident. My dry bones are broken and broken. After 2 months I was taken for alternative treatment, but until now my broken leg bones are still appearing and still feels painful, you may ask for the solution ??
Hello Vie Vie, Thank you for the question.
Someone who has a broken bone should see an orthopedic specialist in order to get the right treatment. Someone who has a broken bone has symptoms of pain, swelling, changes in bone shape, and movement disorders. The process of healing a broken bone depends on the broken bone and type of fracture. Treatment of fractures depends on the severity of the wound but the fracture must be repositioned to its original position which is then maintained by a cast, splint, or plate-mounting operation. The aim is that the bone fracture can heal as normal and the function of the bone's motion can return to normal. If you seek other treatments, the treatment you receive is not appropriate and the wound healing process can be interrupted. Complications that can occur are non-union fractures or non-union fractures but not in the original position so that the motion function is still disrupted (malunion).
The best step you can take is to consult an orthopedic specialist. The doctor will examine your leg and take an x-ray to assess the position of the fracture. Then the doctor will determine the next treatment. If the fracture is not in a good position, the doctor will usually recommend surgery to correct it. Please discuss further handling with the doctor. In the meantime, if you feel the pain is heavy, please take pain relievers such as paracetamol.
Hopefully this information is useful.