The Postoperative Recovery Period Is A Groin Fracture?
Noon I was a month ago operating on the groin. It turned out that the bone marrow under my legs was taken as well and put into my thighs next to the pen. My question is, how come my KH may walk on foot, and during this time I was persistent when I wanted to move to another place. Is that OK? thank you
Hi Rina .. Thank you for the question.
Broken bones in the thighs can occur due to trauma in the form of a pretty hard collision on the femur. Treatment of broken bones can be in the form of a cast to reduce movement or it can also be by surgery if the doctor feels the need to install a pen, plate, or bolt to help the process of connecting bones. For recovery time after a groin fracture, it takes around 3-4 months. During this time, you should not do much movement on the part that is operated on, you should also not tread if walking so as not to overload the affected part. Besides the healing process is also influenced by nutrition, the ability to maintain cleanliness of the wound, lifestyle during the recovery process. The good thing is you routinely control the surgeon who operated on you so that the doctor can monitor the progress of your healing. In addition, doctors can also do X-rays regularly to assess the process of bone pooling. It is a good idea to keep your wound clean and consume nutritious food to help the healing process.
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