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MOST COMMON ARE: Pain and infection.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Depends: Often if the ifection is superficial just antibiotics alone can take care of it. If it is deep infecion you may need oeration and cleaning out and some times more than one surgry procedure to take care of tthe infection. Occasionally one may get long term pain and stiffness inspite of our best efforts. Good luck please talk to your surgeon and let him guide you to make appropriate plan. ...Read more
Depends: That all depends on the problem you had surgery for, the type of surgery you had and how well you are recovering. It is best to ask your surgeon. ...Read more
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You do not need: Simple sprain of wrist usually heals with out any long term problems if one takes care of it with rest and immobilzation. Now if you develop chronic instability and especially scaphi-lunate dissociation then you may need to have surgery. There is no one best place to have this type of surgery but find a place that has lot of experience in performing this type of operation . Good hand sur. Service. ...Read more
3-6 months: For most surgically treated wrist fractures, one begins to increase their activity level on a progressive basis beginning early in the recovery. However, the bone can take as much as 3 months to heal and then recovering strength, motion, coordination and endurance can take longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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