The length of time for an injury to heal depends on the health of the victim and the type of injury. In general, the injury can take months to heal.
How long it can take for a sprained knee to heel is dependent upon the severity of the injury and the patients capacity to heal. It could take anywhere from a few weeks to a couple of months for healing to occur.
well my mom had one so it took her like2-3 month
It depends on the severity of the cut.
DUDE!!! What kind of injury would be helpful?
Knee cartilage usually does not heal. There have been some findings that there is vascularity in cartilage that may help it to heal, however this is very minuscule
it depends on how severe the injury is
never. If you have it you are as good as dead.
It depends on the magnitude of the injury.
The amount of time for a kittens nose to heal after getting injured on metal will depend on the severity of the injury. Usually, if the injury was not bad, the nose should heal within a week.
The process can take anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks to heal depending on age, health, and any previous injury to the shoulder.
Depending on your hamster's injury, you can wrap the injury in soft bandage, take it to the vet or let it heal naturally.
it depends upon how deep the wound is and area, skin conditions, and type of injury
That depends on the injury. It could be anywhere from a few weeks to never.
A knee replacement surgery involves replacing a part of a knee that lost bone mass. There are a number of different knee replacements and they typically take 6 weeks before discomfort goes away and they last from 10 t 20 years.
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it really depends on the seriousness fo the injury. it usually take about a year but i coudl take longer or shorter depending on the horse and seriousness.
This depends on the extent of the injury. You should see a doctor for any split or tear of the foreskin.
4 months 4 months
this painful injury can take up to a month, all you can do is use icepacks, heat and topical creams and lots of rest.