How are dents on the buttocks after a nasty fall treated ?
I am a 44 yr old woman Height 53 approx 170lbs I fell down an entire icy staircase almost 4 months ago I had a massive bruise now I seem to have this large dent on the right cheek of my buttocks Should I be worried I am a 44 yr old woman. Height 5.3, approx 170lbs. I fell down an entire icy-staircase almost 4 months ago & I had a massive bruise now I seem to have this large dent on the right cheek of my buttocks.. Should I be worried? Is this temporary? Will this recover on it s own? Will this dent grow even larger?
Hello and welcome to healthcare forum.
After your trauma you might had hematoma formation that is collection of blood.
Now this has healed with fibrosis producing dent at that site.
The dent will not increase is size so, dont worry.
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