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scars, pain, from Falling down from a bike

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Some years ago I started to ride a bike. After weeks I almost can ride a bike. One day I fell from a bike. The scar is still there on my left foot. It takes months or years to get it healed again. It really hurts so bad. It literally hurts so bad on that day. Is that how you learn how to ride a bike by falling down from it ?
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replied May 26th, 2015
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

Please get the wound examined to look for an infection or other cause that could be hindering the healing process. Antiseptics and antibiotics ( topical and oral ) can be advised accordingly. One or two bumps are common but you should learn it with a trainer preferably if you are falling frequently.

Wishing you best of health

Thanks


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replied May 31st, 2015
It happen about four to five years ago. I used to ride a bike and now I don't ride it anymore.
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replied May 31st, 2015
Do you think I should try to ride it again or not?
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replied November 27th, 2015
Oh well ....... No one replied to this one. Sad
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