The Bones Feel Plump After An Accident?
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There is a history of accidents about 2 weeks ago, and at this time the effects of accidents are still there are complaints of pain and like a concave in the area of the collision, then this condition is necessary to be examined directly, so that doctors can see and carry out direct checks on the leg or shin area You. The presence of swelling and hollows cannot be ascertained without direct physical examination of the trauma area, especially if you have never done a direct examination with your family doctor or your orthopedist.
This basin can be natural after trauma, because it can occur in areas of impact and swollen areas, so that the basin will look and feel when touched or pressed. The number of inflammatory cells and collection of fluids in the inflammatory area are triggering this complaint.
However, another possibility that is more at risk for these basins is the possibility of depression fractures or fractures that are compressed at one point of the bone, thus causing a hollow in the area of impact.
In addition to the above possibilities, the presence of bleeding under the skin in the area of swelling and the possibility of infection or pus in the area of trauma can also be a cause of complaints in the trauma area.
However, all this can not be ascertained without a direct examination by a doctor. Therefore, you should consider visiting your doctor, especially since the complaint has been running for about 2 weeks. In general, the recovery process can take between 7-10 days if there are no other conditions at risk.
With a direct examination by the doctor, the doctor can see and perform a physical examination in the area of trauma. If necessary, a radiological examination can also be planned to ascertain the presence or absence of impact areas. The results of this examination will be a reference for treatment and treatment according to the indications. Thus, it is hoped that these complaints will soon improve and recover.
For further treatment to see your doctor, you can work on a number of things, such as:
1. treat injuries if there are
2. Avoid contact wounds with water until you see your doctor
3. use walking aids, if you feel pain when walking
4. Continue to compress warm water (in plastic or glass bottles) on the swelling area
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