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Can You Walk With A Broken Leg
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
I met with an accident 2 months back and 2 bones in my right leg got fractured. One under thighs and the other near my shin. My doctor advised me to walk using crutches giving 25% weight on my broken leg. Now after walking and sitting alone for some time.
Question?: What exactly is your question? Unable to answer as is. ...Read more
Adequate splinting: Folks with broken bones in the legs can travel if the fracture is either adequately fixed or well immobilized so as to cut down on mobility at the fracture site. ...Read more
Yes: Any trauma to an extremity could take weeks if not months for the swelling to subside. The lymphatic system which helps drain the fluid may take months to equilibrate. The good news is that swelling doesn't hurt, just annoying to get your shoes to fit. Ted hose (tight) stockings could help with the swelling. ...Read more
Maybe: Depends on mechanism of injury, severity, and the status of your bones, muscles, and tendons. ...Read more
6-12 months: After a fracture in the lower extremity, swelling is normal for the first 4 months. After that the swelling is typically intermittent but can last longer and occasionally up to 12 months. Check with your physician for certain exercises to do for reducing some of the swelling. ...Read more
Ask your surgeon: Ask the surgeon that performed the correction and follow his or her directions. ...Read more
Variety of things: By reading to him, get his school work so he doesn't fall behind, exercises for his upper body and games and educational videos. ...Read more
You need to exercise what is not broken
make sure your vitd level is adequate (best >50ng/ml)
you need calories to heal but need to watch it as you will probably not be burning off as many
discuss this with your orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more
ORIF: When an orthopedic surgeon repairs a broken bone by making an incision in the skin and then fixing the bones with plates and screws, this is called 'open reduction with internal fixation.' if pins alone are used to fix a bone without making a skin incision, this is usually referred to as a 'closed reduction with percutaneous pinning.'. ...Read more
I have a broken leg but my question is why does it feel hot is it because I have a metal with some screws?
Due to healing of --: The bone fracture, there is more blood flowing to that area, which causes you to feel it being hot. ...Read more
How long should I wait after recovering from a broken leg before going back on a professional trampoline, if ever?
See your physician: This question really needs to be answered by your treating surgeon, because the answer depends on the location of the break, the severity of the break, the treatment that was done, and any complications. Best wishes. ...Read more
How long before xarelto is out of my system? I have been on it for a year from a broken leg. I just stopped 2 day's ago
24-48 Hrs: Xarelto disappears from your system quite fast. I hope stopping xarelto was your doctor's orders as you should not stop it by yourself. ...Read more
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