l5 vertebrae fracture

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How long does it take fir a hairline vertebrae fracture to heal?

About 6 weeks

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This should heal in 6 - 8 weeks, barring any complications.
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Dr. Kevin Vaught answered:

Compression fracture to lumbar vertebrae. How would this be fixed?

Depends

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It depends on the type and location of the fracture and the age of the patient. Often times, wearing a brace and avoiding strenuous activities will allow a compression fracture to heal in younger patients. It usually takes 3 months to heal. Some fractures require surgical stabilization. In the elderly, if conservative measures fail, a kyphoplasty may be an option. Check out Spine-health.com.
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My knees hurt after a back fracture in t9 vertebrae. Are they related?

Unlikely unless

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You were left with an unbalanced spine or if there was any nerve involvement. Perhaps the way in which the back was injured also injured the knees but you and your doctors were more focused on the spine fracture and its immediate care and treatment .
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What is the treatment for a compression fracture in the t12 vertebrae ?

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Kyphoplasty- but you're too young Vertebroplasty- you're too young Brace- Jewitt or TLSO Brace to allow healing and keep the spine aligned, prevent collapse.
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Dr. Angus Worthing answered:

Can osteoporosis or osteopenia cause a compression fracture in the vertebrae?

Yes

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Osteopenia or osteoporosis can cause vertebral compression fractures, which can be spontaneous. Also, trauma can cause these fractures.
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Dr. Reza J. Karimi answered:

What's a typical healing time for a lower back vertebrae compression fracture?

6-8 weeks

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In general, the vertebral bodies should show significant healing in 6-8 weeks.
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what is done if you have compression fracture of l4 vertebrae due to osteoporosis?

Supportive therapy

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Usually, compression fractures heal with medication and physical therapy. Some fractures are treated with injections or surgery.
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Dr. Kim M. Fagan answered:

What should I do if I have serious complications from the fracture in my vertebrae?

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If you have sustained a fractured vertebra and are concerned that you are still having problems related to the fracture seek the care of a specialist. You have one of two options: 1.) a neurosurgeon or 2.) an orthopedist who has done a spine fellowship receiving additional training in treatment of spine related issues. Either or highly skilled in conditions related to treatment of the vertebra..
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Could osteoporosis or osteopenia cause a compression fracture in the spinal vertebrae?

Yes.

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That is the most common cause.
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Is a women able to have a child with ankloysing after vertebrae fractures and surgery?

Yes

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Yes, you likely should not have any problem conceiving or having a child solely based on your spinal surgery/fracture, as vertebral fractures don't affect the shape/morphology of you pelvic inlet/outlet. However, you have to discuss this with a Spine Surgeon in your area. They may need to evaluate you, and then review your post-operative images and any residual symptoms.
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