The Danger Of Fractured Bones Is Not Treated Properly Until It Still Feels Painful For 1 Month?
Good afternoon Doctor,
Hello Abu Athar! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Malunion is one of the complications of broken bones that are not handled properly that causes bone grafting to be abnormal. Our bones have very good regeneration abilities. When a fracture occurs, the bone can make new cells and connect the fracture even though nothing is done. However, if it is not properly controlled and positioned, the connection can actually become abnormal, so that the bone cannot function properly as before. Therefore, the doctor will try to arrange for the fault line to be connected and positioned to its original position, so that the joint can go well and be normal again. When broken bones are sorted or massaged, the fault line can actually be further deviated from the initial line, so that the fracture of the joint can run abnormally and cause the symptoms that you are experiencing right now.
The bone that is experiencing malunion must be corrected immediately by an orthopedic doctor. This part of Mr's bones will be examined. You may also be asked to take an x-ray. The doctor will determine whether you have experienced a malunion or not. After that, the doctor will discuss with you what actions need to be taken. Without repair, your bones are very likely to continue to experience pain due to abnormal healing processes. In addition, your bones also cannot function normally. Therefore, you should meet the nearest orthopedic doctor and follow the doctor's advice.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.