How long could the pain last after a bone marrow biopsy?

Short term. Should be no more than a few days; and that is on the longer side of the estimate.
Bone biopsy. Depends upon amount of bone, number of biopsies, location, sensitivity, size of needle, depth of penetration. Check with the doc that did it.

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How long does after a bone marrow biopsy does hurt it for?

Not long. See my previous answer. Usually a day or so unless there were complications. If longer than a couple of day, i would call the doctor and discuss. There could be bleeding at the site with a hematoma or potentially an infection. A bruise is to be expected and can cause some soreness. Read more...
6-8 weeks. These usually take as long to heal as a fracture which is 6-8 weeks but the intense pain is decreased after about a week. Read more...

How long should I experience pain after a bone marrow biopsy?

A few weeks usually. Normally- you may feel some tenderness for a week or more after your bone marrow exam. Ask your doctor about taking a pain reliever, such as Acetaminophen (tylenol, others). Some people have pain that will last longer. If you are getting more and more pain then have it checked out. Read more...

How long should I be experiencing pain after a bone marrow biopsy?

It Depends. Everybody is different. You must keep in mind that your body heals as fast as your genes and diet will allow. If you eat unhealthy food, smoke and drink a lot, you may take a long time to heal. If you eat right, exercise, drink plenty of water, you may heal up in record time. Please keep in mind that your doctor can only estimate or ball park this for you, no one can give you an exact time. Read more...

How long could a bone marrow biopsy be sore?

Just a few days. This may cause some soreness at the site and bruising, swelling and tenderness. Usually this will resolve in a couple of day. One could understand up to a week depending on health conditions, any difficulty with the procedure and any other risk factors. If you are concerned, get it checked out. Infection would be my biggest concern, then a large hematoma would be my next one. Use ice packs! Read more...
Bone marrow biopsy. I have performed numerous bone marrow biopsies of the calcaneus and the soreness lasts approximately 3 to 4 weeks. Read more...

How long does it take to get results of a bone marrow biopsy?

Typically. 2 to 3 working days. A rapid preliminary result can be available in hours with a concern for acute leukemia. If a reference lab is used it can take 7-10 days. Read more...

How long does it take to get results from a bone marrow biopsy?

Typically. 2 to 3 working days. A rapid preliminary result can be available in hours with a concern for acute leukemia. If a reference lab is used it can take 7-10 days. Read more...

Is it possible to get an infection at the site where a bone marrow biopsy was done 6 weeks ago? Would infection be possible so long after procedure

Yes it is. You should follow up with the doctor who did the biopsy. Have wound cultured get full blood work check including IgG levels. Also b12 and folic acid deficiency can cause elevated RDW. With low vitamin D you may also have a component of leaky gut syndrome . Discuss with your doctor the Gapsdiet.com if biopsy was done in hospital make sure they check for MRSA. Read more...