The Condition Of The Wrists Decreases And The Arm Bones Shrink After The Accident?
Good evening, I want to ask The story is a month ago I had an accident and suffered a smith fracture on my left wrist, the doctor then took action to be pulled and then casted for a month, after a month, the cast was opened, but the shape has not returned to normal, my wrist condition still dropped and the small arm bones are sagging / can be up and down / played, and this condition is not comfortable. Then if I spread my left hand (palm on top) can not be straight, slightly bent to the palm. Now it has been running for more than a month and a half, Can it still be repositioned again through operations?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. To answer your question, what actually needs to be done now is an x-ray of the hand. With an x-ray, you can find out if the fracture / fracture you are experiencing is really Smith's fracture, and whether the bone has joined or not.
From this examination it can also be known whether the handling that needs to be done on you is to put in a longer cast, install a pen, or even perform repositioning actions and break bones deliberately in the setting of the operation to be left to reconnect naturally.
Our advice, check yourself with a bone doctor, may the past bone doctor or bone doctor at another hospital to get the examination. This examination is very important because we really can't answer your question because we don't know anything about you. If forced, misunderstandings can occur and the answers we give also become inaccurate. You better immediately consult a doctor of his bones, and discuss about what options you have. So, hopefully answering your question.