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.Fracture on leg. X-ray shows 2 bones braked. Hear sound while moving leg. Cause for sound?

hi! i had accident two weeks ago from now....i had a fracture on my leg..they put some cast of it..the doctor say it will remove after 4 to 6 weeks if the bones back to normal..i have something to ask...i heard a sound every time i move my leg..what does it mean?im little scared..i dont want an operation on my leg....based on my xray it has two bones break...
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Hello, I have gone through your query. After fracture bone needs time to heal and back to normal condition. Calcium supplements and protein supplements like milk and egg should be taken regularly to promote healing. As bone is weak, your joint has pay for it. Muscle forces change and extra load comes to your joint. So till the healing process continue that cut sound will come. No need to worry about this. Follow medications and do particular exercise to avoid same sound even after healing the bone. See a Physiotherapist. This might help you.
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