The Toes Feel Frozen, Thick And A Little Numb After One Month Then Lift The Stitches?
Greetings, 2 months ago I had a sewing wound after a motorcycle accident right in the lower leg of the thumb in the outer stitch in 10 stitches, one month ago my stitches were removed, and the time when the wound was healed and dry, but the one that complained about my big toe felt like it was frozen, thick, a little numb if you touch it, like when I was anesthetized, and it feels like it feels like deep stitches when moving or walking, I once asked the local doctor he said it was because the stitches went directly to the thumb so it was like that, What could be returned Like before my big toe? Because it’s been a long time since I picked up my stitches, And what should I do docs Thank you, warm greetings 🙂
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Complaints of the big toe difficult to move after a motorcycle accident can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Contractures (abnormal pulls) in muscle tissue / tendons / ligaments / skin due to the process of wound recovery that is not perfect
Finger bone fracture
Dislocation of the finger joints
Injury to the tissues making up the joints of the thumb, for example: sprain or rupture of a ligament
So that the condition of your big toe can be evaluated and given the right treatment, you are advised to re-consult directly with your doctor or orthopedic specialist. In addition to the history and physical examination, the doctor may plan a supplementary examination if an indication is found, for example: X-ray or MRI. To help achieve optimal function, injured limbs can be given physiotherapy. Consult the doctor who treats you about joint exercises of the big toe that you need to do to optimize the function of the injured toe joint.
Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.