Supplements To Reduce Pain In Fractured Bones?
Good evening .. My husband cracked ankle bone from 2009 because of falling from a height that made ankle my husband’s legs cracked .. Incidentally when I first fell it was in the gip for quite a long time and already a little bit better .. And in 2018 early January back fell from height as well and cause the ankle which cracks to become sore again he has been cured by alternative means and several times therapy but in recent months my husband’s ankle complained of pain, swelling in the ankle that is cracked and sometimes if the road is far away just not strong. I wonder if taking supplements can reduce pain ?? Thank you..
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The limbs consist of various structures, ranging from bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, joint fluid, and other layers. When certain conditions occur whether they are accidents, falls, are hit, or cut something, these structures can be damaged and cause inflammation, swelling, pain, and disturbances in walking.
In dealing with conditions like this, the most appropriate specialist doctor is a orthopedic doctor. The doctor will usually ask a few brief questions about the complaint and the mechanism of the fall or accident at the time, conduct an examination by trying to move the part in question, and focus more on investigations such as X-rays and CT scans to see what really happens behind it. The handlers given later will depend on this examination, do they only need to be casted, or do they need to be operated on, put on pens or so forth. The doctor will definitely communicate it to you and your husband first.
Regarding your question, supplements cannot reduce pain, let alone cure fractured bones. Supplements, especially in the form of protein may help speed up the process of healing and tissue repair, but to reduce pain must be used anti-pain medication or anti-inflammatory drugs, and to cure it must be taken action, even though the action was just bandages to limit motion.
So our advice is that you should take your husband to the orthopedic doctor for X-rays or CT scans about what is actually injured and how severe it is. This is important because when using alternative methods, people can not know what is behind the skin so it is not impossible to actually have a bad impact. By being examined directly by a bone doctor, your husband will get more appropriate treatment according to the problem.
Meanwhile, limit your husband's physical activity, compress swollen parts with warm compresses, consume over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use, and multiply the consumption of protein-rich foods such as milk, eggs, tempeh, seafood, chicken breast and yogurt. So, hopefully answering your question.