The Cause Of Pain In The Suture Wound On The Sole Of The Foot When Walking?
, a week ago I was sewn to the bottom of my foot. 2 days ago I was in control and was advised to get used to walking again, for some reason yesterday my leg hurt at the seams. Is that reasonable?
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Pain in wounds must naturally be felt in the process of wound healing. Normally the body will undergo the process of wound healing by itself, including the wound wound healing process. Pain in the suture wound will occur for several days to several weeks depending on the type of wound such as the depth of the wound, the position of the wound, and the width of the wound.
In the process of wound healing the doctor will also advise you to move back the body part that has been injured during the healing process. Where when a part of the body has not been used for a long time, then using it again can also cause pain because muscles and body parts need to adapt. In addition, if the wound on the sole of the foot can also cause pain, for example due to pressure and friction on the floor. Therefore, as long as pain in the wound is not a sign of infection it is natural. The following signs of infection in the wound:
Wet sores for example found pus or blood The wound becomes open again, or perforated Fever The wound is swollen and there is redness. If found these marks should control back to the doctor who has handled you. And to help reduce pain you can take anti-pain medication that has been given by your doctor. Or if you are not given pain medication you can take non prescription pain medications such as paracetamol and ibuprofe to reduce pain, so you are more comfortable to train your legs again.
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