The left foot was injured by a heavy object. The operation has been two weeks. Now the sole of the foot is still swollen. I don't know when the swelling will completely subside! What should we pay attention to after discharge?
According to the pictures you uploaded and the description, swelling two weeks after the fracture of the left foot is a normal phenomenon, mainly because the local congestion after soft tissue injury has an absorption process, which generally takes three weeks to four weeks. It can raise the affected limb by 30 ~ 45 degrees, which is conducive to venous reflux and reduce swelling. It can also be treated with oral drugs for promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and bone healing
According to your, it's because of toe fracture, which generally has dislocation, which will have a certain impact. If this is the case, the operation treatment needs to be carried out according to the examination results. Under normal circumstances, it takes about a month to recover. Don't walk too much. Regular observation and follow-up are needed
Swelling is a very normal phenomenon, mostly due to inactivity during fixation and poor venous reflux. It is recommended that you check it, except for other diseases. At present, raise the affected foot, local hot compress, oral drugs for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, anti swelling and analgesic drugs, closely observe the changes of the condition, and seek medical treatment in time in case of abnormal conditions