1. If you & # 39; moving, not broken
It is the first thing that someone usually says when hurt painful after a very severe blow on the needle.
But the reality is that sometimes it is possible to move the broken bone, so even if you & # 39; moving the finger & # 39; Your bruised m & # 39; have to trust yourself.
The three main symptoms are painful to broken bones, swelling and deformity.
If bone off the skin after an accident, this is obviously a bad sign.
Another sign is when you hear a snap damage.
S & # 39; stand bone fractures due to stress and x & # 39; likely borne thus?
2. If the bone break, feel horrible pain
Surely you have heard a friend say that history & # 39; as he tested and then spent the rest of the day skiing or dancing without realizing that it was broken.
Most of the time the broken bone hurt & # 39; much, but if break is small, you & # 39; with tinnotax.
If the bone is really broken, it is important to get professional help to ensure that the bones are well aligned and held in place while they are healing.
B & # 39; this way you can & # 39; avoid permanent infections or deformities.
3 Older women (especially white women) have to worry about broken bones due to osteoporosis
Starting with age.
It is true that older women are more likely to break than young women.
The hormonal changes of menopause can lead to loss of & # 39; rapid bone and frequent violations that occur in osteoporosis.
Moreover, in the US, for example, more than twice & # 39; hip fracture in & # 39; as in white women & # 39; black women.
There are several factors that could explain this difference. For example, increased bone mass during childhood in & # 39; black women and a lower rate of & # 39; bone turnover, which can & # 39; lead to further slow decline in bone mineral density with age.
All that said, black women may also suffer from osteoporosis.
4. It makes no sense to go to the doctor for a broken finger because they can not do anything
You can not send a cast, but still have to go to a doctor to see you.
The medical staff will determine the nature of the infringement to avoid prolonged pain or deformities, which could make uncomfortable shoes or cause arthritis in the future if not properly healed fracture.
If the foot is in & # 39; weird angle after fracture, required more complex treatment or even surgery.
The most finger & # 39; broken can be glued with & # 39; adhesive tape and maintained by special rigid shoe.
Usually takes between four & # 39; and six weeks to heal.
Fractures in the big feet are more serious and have thrown some people need & # 39; calf for two or three weeks.
Fortunately, the large legs are half that & # 39; likely to be broken as fingers & # 39; other.
If the fracture occurs in bone metatarsa, they can be healed without plaster while the foot rests.
But if there are open wounds indicating fracture, or if the bone is not placed in the correct position, treatment can & # 39; required.
Even if m & # 39; need plaster, it is good that the medical staff treat the fingers & # 39; Your broken.
Once excluded more serious fractures, can cut & # 39; & # 39 fingers; Your broken and keddhom with soft filler.
They also know whether a & # 39; beneficial for you to walk on crutches for a few weeks until you can & # 39; nourishes foot from comfortable again.
The doctor knows if you on crutches for a few weeks
5. After the broken bone has healed will be more b & # 39; his health than before
If it seems too good to be true because it is not true, unless a long term.
But there is some truth in & # 39; short.
During the process & # 39; healing, formation of new b & # 39; & # 39 with a new robust, robust forms over the breach to protect it.
Therefore, it is true that, in a few weeks from the start of the healing process, the bone at the break is more b & # 39; his health than normal bone.
But over time this type of & # 39; bracelet fails and a few years later have one bone b & # 39; his health as the others.
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