Often Feels Pain In Unoperated Fractures?
Hello … I am asking … What caused the pain in my hand, which was broken in 2013. At that time I did not do surgery, only in the village order … and can still be operated after a long time considering the shape of the fractured bone at this time crooked..i am currently 39 years old. thanks
Hello Yuni, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
The pain in the bones that you feel in your hand at this time can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Bone that is not perfectly approximated (does not connect as straight as normally) causes neurological disorders (pressure or friction on the nerves when you move or are in a certain position) in your hand.
There is a disturbance in the flow of blood or nerves from the start of the fracture which is not repaired when straightening and connecting the bones.
There is an infection in the bone or surrounding tissue that is not resolved properly (if there is an open wound / open fracture)
Since your fracture occurred about 5 years ago, your bones must have been connected and hardened. To be able to fix your bones so that they are straight and not bent. The repair tissue must be disassembled and the bone must be reconnected with a good approximation. If the bending is only mild and does not cause any disturbance, re-operation is not recommended. However, if the condition is very disturbing, then you can consult an orthopedic doctor for repair of the bone.
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