Limited Arm Wrist, Crooked, Bump And Pain After Fracture?
Excuse me, I want to ask, six months ago I had an accident of picking and breaking my bones, at that time I preferred traditional medicine, my hands healed, but the movement of my arms became limited and appeared bent and there was a bump, plus often it was painful and itching and sometimes burning, do I have to go to the hospital for treatment? For your attention and answer, thank you
Thank you for the question.
Some types of fractures may indeed heal on their own, provided proper immobilization and fixation is done. However, if the broken bones and broken cubits break away far enough, or are located in a part of the body that often experiences movement, so conservative treatment alone is not enough. Surgery needs to be done to ensure the broken bone merges properly and faster, so that it can return to function as originally.
The condition of your bones that appear to bend, bump, feel painful and itchy like burning, and limited movement is most likely to occur because the bones do not blend well, resulting in malunion, osteomyelitis, non-union, or actually cause damage to nerves, tendons, joints , and other networks around it. This condition can certainly only be evaluated through a direct physical examination by a doctor, or also assisted with several supporting examinations, such as x-rays, ultrasound, CT scans, and so on. Therefore, before it's too late, you should immediately check yourself directly to the doctor or orthopedic surgeon huh ..
In the meantime, it is advisable to compress cold hands first that feels painful and itchy. Limit excessive movement with complained hands, including lifting heavy loads, holding excessive gadgets, washing clothes, and other activities. Do not carelessly sort your hand that has complaints, and also do not carelessly take drugs or supplements without consulting a doctor first. Finally, always keep yourself clean, exercise regularly, don't smoke, and be disciplined in living a healthy lifestyle.
I hope this helps.