Pain Around The Bones And Calves After An Accident?
Morning, r nI want to ask, yesterday it was a pity that the motorcycle collision with my motorbike was also on the motorcycle’s side, even though the right one had a lot of injuries, but the left one was only bruised near the shin with the calf but if for example I ride the motor it was shaken with pain, and even then the pain from the calf until the back of the waist a little continue to rise up the arm to the left neck. Is that okay ?? r nThank you in advance
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The pain you feel can occur due to many possibilities. Could be due to tense muscles, injury to muscles, bones, supporting structures of the limbs such as ligaments and tendons, disorders of the joints, and also nerves. A lot of damage can occur when someone has an accident, and we can't be sure without seeing it directly.
Noteworthy is that when an accident occurs, often both the victim and the impactor are not aware of their exact position when the collision occurs, especially in motorcyclists who must have lost their balance after the accident. So that even though you feel the injury only occurs in certain parts, it could be during an accident that other parts also hit, twisted, hit and injured.
So we cannot simply state whether these conditions need not be feared or not, because they must be seen firsthand. Our advice, check yourself to a general practitioner, so that it can be checked and seen whether there is a possibility of fractures, cracks, or any bone shift. If necessary, your doctor will ask you to do an x-ray examination on you.
Meanwhile, reduce activity first, compress the painful part with cold compresses, do not lift heavy loads, rest your body, take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, and multiply the consumption of high-protein foods such as milk, eggs, cheese , yogurt, beef, chicken breast, tofu, tempeh, and seafood. So, hopefully answering your question.