Postoperative Bone Pain?
Good night. I want to ask. This is why I like pain, even though it can’t be straight. on the right elbow. After the operation was 4thn ago, before normal it was normal. For operations using wire (wire) because he said on the bag. The growth plate is broken. Thank you
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How long has the pain felt in your right elbow? Normally, after bone surgery there are no complaints related to pain in the former surgery. If there is, then it can arise due to a certain disorder.
Nowadays medical science has become more modern. Pens, connecting wires or the like which are commonly used for bone surgery use materials that are safe for the body so as to minimize the occurrence of a postoperative reaction.
Pain in your right elbow can be caused by a history of trauma or previous collisions, an inflammatory reaction or infection around the mounted pen, displacement of the pen / wire connecting position, immune reactions in the body where the bones are painful, etc.
Pen / wire displacement may occur due to epiphyseal plates in bone which will continue to develop, especially if a person is still in its infancy.
More information is needed regarding whether there are signs of inflammation that look like swelling in the affected area with redness and or bones that appear asymmetrical compared to the elbow of the left hand.
Since you have a history of previous bone surgeries, I recommend that you do a direct examination with an orthopedic specialist. The doctor will evaluate the complaints you feel. Investigations such as bone x-rays may be needed to assess the condition of your bones.
Get plenty of rest, avoid strenuous activities for a while, especially on the right hand. Consumption of pain relievers such as Paracetamol or ibuprofen can help temporarily reduce pain.
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