Swelling In The Fractured Leg?
Afternoon… I want to ask if I can have a fractured leg that is still swollen. I eat fresh cassava leaves with papaya what are the benefits and will it slow down the healing
Hi Winarty, thanks for the question for HealthReplies.com
Salads of cassava and papaya leaves likely will not have any effect on the healing of the fractured bone (it will neither speed up nor slow down the healing of the bone).
Bone healing can be affected by several factors, including:
the location of the fractured bone the severity of the fracture the presence or absence of certain diseases of the bone bone immobilization (such as the use of a bandage or cast) the presence or absence of disorders of the soft tissues and blood vessels
If your bone is fractured, you should consult a doctor first. The doctor will perform an X-ray examination to determine the severity of the fracture you are experiencing to determine whether or not bone immobilization is necessary (either by surgery or by external immobilization such as a plaster cast). To help heal bones, the nutrients you need are those that contain lots of calcium and magnesium, such as milk, dairy products, nuts. In addition, you can also sunbathe in the morning to get vitamin D which is an important function in calcium absorption. You can also ask your doctor for vitamin supplementation to help meet the needs of vitamins and minerals that play an important role in bone healing.
That's all the information from me, I hope it's enough to answer
dr. Irna Cecilia