- How do you know if its a sprain or a break?
- How can you tell if your finger is fractured?
- Can you wiggle your toes with a broken ankle?
- Do you need a cast for a broken finger?
- Do I need to go to the doctor for a sprained finger?
- Why does broken ankle hurt more at night?
- When should you go to the doctor for a finger injury?
- What happens if a sprain is left untreated?
- How long does a swollen finger last?
- Can U bend a broken finger?
- Do jammed fingers get bruised?
- Could I move my ankle if it was broken?
- How can u tell if u broke ur ankle?
How do you know if its a sprain or a break?
With a sprain, you feel pain.
But if you have numbness or tingling, your ankle is most likely broken.
Where is the pain.
If your ankle hurts or is tender to the touch directly over your ankle bone, you probably have a fracture..
How can you tell if your finger is fractured?
SymptomsSwelling of the fracture site.Tenderness at the fracture site.Bruising at the fracture site.Inability to move the injured finger in completely.Deformity of the injured finger.
Can you wiggle your toes with a broken ankle?
Most believe that if they can wiggle their toes or move the ankle around that an ankle fracture has not occurred. The reason this is not true is because the nerves and muscles that allow the movement of the ankle have not been affected by the fracture.
Do you need a cast for a broken finger?
Finger fractures require immobilization (such as splints or casts), which can make it hard to write, brush teeth, comb hair, take a shower or bath, and even get dressed!
Do I need to go to the doctor for a sprained finger?
A person should seek medical attention anytime a sprained finger is excruciatingly painful, or if symptoms do not improve within the first 24 to 48 hours. Sprained fingers that appear misshapen, bent, or darkly colored also require medical attention.
Why does broken ankle hurt more at night?
Bone stress injuries occur because of an unfamiliar increase in physical activity and is related to overuse, under recovery and several considerations that result in the bone not being able to keep up with the required adaptations. A fracture can result and this will cause pain at night time.
When should you go to the doctor for a finger injury?
Pain and swelling are severe or persistent. You can’t clean the wound or the wound is very dirty. (You may need antibiotics) The injury is a puncture or open wound and you haven’t had a tetanus shot in the last 10 years.
What happens if a sprain is left untreated?
An untreated ankle sprain may lead to chronic ankle instability, a condition marked by persistent discomfort and a giving way of the ankle. Weakness in the leg may also develop. A more severe ankle injury may have occurred along with the sprain.
How long does a swollen finger last?
Most of the time a jammed finger will get better on its own within a week or two. But even with treatment, your finger may stay swollen or sensitive for many months. During recovery, try to use the finger as little as possible while it heals. Take a break from sports or other activities that could worsen your injury.
Can U bend a broken finger?
You may not always be sure the finger is broken and try to bend it. If it’s broken, doing so will usually be painful. Don’t be fooled if you can still move the finger. In some cases, there may still be some range of motion and only dull pain.
Do jammed fingers get bruised?
While jammed fingers are less serious than a fracture, you will still experience bruising and swelling; and even with a broken bone, you may have a limited range of motion. If you injured your hand and are experiencing swelling and bruising, the best way to know for sure is to get an x-ray of your fingers.
Could I move my ankle if it was broken?
It’s most likely a broken ankle if You can’t put any weight on the injured ankle. You have trouble moving the injured ankle. If you heard a popping noise at the time of the injury. If you notice your ankle looks deformed or not aligned properly with your leg.
How can u tell if u broke ur ankle?
Symptoms of a broken ankle include:Immediate and severe pain.Swelling.Bruising.Tenderness when touched.Inability to put any weight on the injured foot (or pain when you put weight on your foot)Deformity, particularly if there is a dislocation as well as a fracture.