What Are The Characteristics Of The Bent Femur Pen?
I want to ask my femur invoice for 10 months but I still use 2 crutches because I haven’t been at the doctor’s account, yesterday I tried to take off the crutches but when it was clear it was walking my right foot tripped and automatically the invoiced legs held tread a bit tighter, I was scared, .. if that pen is the characteristic of “gimna?”
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In general, broken bones will connect and become hard bones within 6-8 weeks if the bone grafting is good and stable. If indeed it has been 10 months since you have broken a bone and has been operated on and pened on your broken bone, chances are that this time your bone has been connected and become hard bone again so that the hard pressure on your bones will not cause injury certain on the bone or on the pen attached to your bone.
If you do not currently feel symptoms such as severe pain in your legs, swelling in the area around your fracture, you also do not feel certain unusual sensations (such as tingling sensation in the legs), chances are that nothing will happen to your bones or pens attached to your bones. Make sure you continue to follow the therapeutic advice from your doctor. Your doctor will also usually recommend that you do post-fracture physiotherapy and rehabillitation. You should do this physiotherapy and rehabilitation to restore the function of your feet to normal. If you have not been given a referral to do so, you can ask your doctor to be referred to a medical rehabilitation doctor.
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