Thighs On The Legs Look Bigger After A Fracture?
I was 23 years old. 3 years ago I had a broken leg in my left thigh. 1 year later I removed the platinum … Now I am a little fat, but my left leg is fat next … the left one looks normal, but the right one looks fatter. Is it true that it happened because of the impact of the fracture?
Hello, Umi Mas Ammah. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
First of all, we need to ask a few questions regarding your complaint. Have you taken control of the doctor who treated you some time after releasing the plate 2 years ago? Is the difference in the size of the two thighs that you feel has been checked directly to the doctor and has been measured objectively?
Unfortunately we have limited access to being able to carry out physical examinations directly on your limbs. In connection with complaints, we recommend that you check directly with your doctor or orthopedic specialist in order to obtain an evaluation of whether there have been differences in size between the right and left thighs. Differences in the size of the right and left thigh diameter may occur normally due to differences in the intensity of the use of the thigh muscles between the right and left, or are congenital abnormalities, or abnormalities acquired after birth, for example due to a history of trauma. In order to be able to make a diagnosis and plan for the therapy needed, the doctor first conducts a more complete history of the history of the disease, physical examination (including objective measurements of leg size), and supporting examinations if indications are found, for example: X-rays.
Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.