Bones have a constant blood supply, so breaking a major bone like a femur can lead to blood loss. Additionally, with anything other than a simple or hairline fracture, the bone fragments can splinter and cause damage to adjacent tissues and organs – which is why surgical intervention is so important.

The 3 most common signs of a broken bone (also known as a fracture) are:

However, it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether a bone is broken if it is not out of its normal position. Taking X-rays will help determine if you really have a fracture.

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