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Right leg ankle ligament injury
Could you please tell me how many days it will take to recover from ligament tear grade 2. I am 23 years old and an IT employee.
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Ankle sprains are notorious if left untreated. Usually a period of 4 to 6weeks of plaster is always recommended in your grade.
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You can also give ice packs and elevation of ur leg until you meet a Orthopedian
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Kindly share the xrays of the affected part.
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It will take approx 4-6 week to heal. If there is proper immobilization of the injured ankle.  Immobilization can be done by plaster or by crape bandage  . So the ligament tear healing is facilitated. But this will be the decision of your orthopaedic doctor after examinations of your ankle. Healing is by soft tissue coverage which body makes around injured tissue. Plaster in the ankle region help in this . It take 4-6 week for this process to complete approx. So you can consult us on practo online or visit your near by orthopaedic doctor.  
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