The Thighbone Still Often Hurts After 6 Months Of Fracture Surgery?
amualaikum wr.wb, good morning, I’m a student of 20 years old, yesterday in an accident in October 2017 I had a fracture of my right thigh bone.. and I’ve had surgery (insert pen) it hurts even though it’s been almost six months, now I rarely use a cane only if I feel sick it’s hard to walk then I use it .. I’m confused about what brand of medicine to take for the treatment process,, why when I wake up .. in the morning “his thigh It’s hard to move + it hurts, I feel very disturbed in class, please enter it, thank you..
If you have a history of femur fractures and a history of pen insertion in the fracture area, it is necessary to have a period of restoration of bone grafting and restoration of your movement function within a few months after surgery.
In patients who experience complaints after healing from pen insertion surgery, either in the form of complaints of limited motion or complaints of pain, it is better to do an examination and direct consultation to an orthopedic surgeon and or a medical rehabilitation doctor. The doctor will evaluate the cause of this complaint, such as:
1. muscle and tendon stiffness
2. Inflammation of the ligaments
4. joint disorders
A direct examination by a doctor will be able to determine the cause of this complaint. In addition, the doctor can plan radiological examinations to determine the condition of your bones after surgery.
Furthermore, the doctor can plan treatment to reduce your symptoms, and may plan medical rehabilitation to restore your condition after the previous surgery.
What you need to do is, as long as pain complaints increase, you should avoid physical fatigue and excessive activity.
Thus the information we can convey, also read bone-fracture-repair.