Treatment Of Fractured Bones
Good evening doctor, I want to ask my chest from a small lump there, first when I was a child was told to know that the x-ray of my chest bone was not normal there was a lump and there was like a crack, Before when I was small it felt normal but when it was large began to appear pain , It’s been about 1 year this my chest feels like a broken right on the lump, very annoying when made on the move. Usually when sneezing or coughing there is painful contact such as being hit by a hard object … Usually my bones when moved eg to lift weights, the sound of “creak “/ ” tuk “. What I want to ask is whether bones with abnormalities such as cracks can heal or return to normal? How to? What foods are good for bones?
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In general, a fractured bone will need a healing process of around 3-6 weeks. Cracks on the bones that experience healing will still cause pain even though the bones are fused. Pain will reappear when under pressure or excessive activity.
The pain that arises is usually most often caused by excessive activity, or too often using the help of the bone when moving. Apart from the presence of a fracture, pain in the bone can also be caused by osteoarthritis or inflammation of the bone due to friction or excessive movement of the bone between the bones or joints. Which which will result in pain arising or clicking or clicking when doing activities. can also be caused, due to the connection of the fractured part of the bone is not perfect, so it can cause pain.
However, to determine the type of abnormalities opasti, it is necessary to do a photo examination check again. In order to make sure clearly the cause of pain in your chest. Therefore, you can check with your doctor, in order to get the right handler.
Aside from disruption to the bones, chest pain can also be caused by abnormalities or tension in the muscles, causing pain when breathing or doing strenuous activities.
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