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After one month of plaster n use of brace n 20 days of taking tb medication in case of calcaneal TB detected..doc told us to remove brace n let her walk.swelling reduced 50 percent.but when I let her walk without brace not only limping that she used to do one month before treatment now she can't able to put leg on floor too.puting in slant plus needs our support to walk.is it normal? what to do to make her walk properly? Should I remove brace or not?
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Dr. Nishit Palo
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Do not remove brace till affected part becomes painless. Continue ATT according to reccomend standards. Share reports.
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Dr. Amit Agrawal
Orthopedist 13 yrs exp Raipur
Ya if somebody walks after one month this happens.
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Dr. Rajinder K Sharma
Orthopedist 35 yrs exp Chandigarh
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