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Fractured radius and ulna. How long will it take to recover?

hello doctor ! my right hand is fractured ! the bones radius and ulna are broken from middle ! the doctors are trying to recover it without operation ! jst please tell me how much time will it take to recover! ? and after recover the hand will be as like as before or it will be jst weak..? can i fight can i do weight lifting etc after recover without operation?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Recovery and after effects of reduction of fracture of radius and ulna depends upon whether there is linear fracture, displaced or undisplayed.
After reduction of fracture if there is good alinement then there wont be any problem in future lifting weight, movements etc.
After removal of plaster you should go for physiotherapy to bring normal movements at wrist and elbow.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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