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Major leg fracture in tibia, fibula. Bone grafting required?

I met an accident on 30 dec 2011. I had major leg fracture in tibia and fibula . I am sending xray as attachment. my doctor is saying bone grafting is required after one month. but i am not mentally prepared for one more surgery . can you suggest some care which will avoid further surgery?
Asked On : Thu, 8 Mar 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum, when both tibia and fibula are fractured it usually required to have bone graft. instead of getting frightened , get prepared for surgery by taking nouritious food, increase blood by eating leafy vegetables. don't worry everything will be fine. thank you.
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