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... Hi! I fractured the base of my fifth metatarsal last Sunday, so 9 days ago. ... (2 replies)
... at the surgery went better than expected. He was able to use the two screws and just two pins and informed me that the pins would only likely have to stay in for 4 weeks rather then the 6 weeks that he initially thought. ... (1 replies)
... I broke my fifth metatarsal at the end of July. After 8 weeks in cast non weight bearing, my doctor took the cast off though the bone was not fully healed. ... (1 replies)

... broken clear through at the base end of the 5th metatarsal, with another break diagonal to that which has a 4 mm displacement. Not a Jones fracture or an avulsion fracture, just a fracture at the base of the 5th metatarsal, he said. ... (27 replies)
... for a broken foot and I'm already going out of my mind and getting depressed and irritable just because I can't play hockey or soccer. ... (9 replies)
... If it makes a difference, I had the metatarsal broken a little below the joint, and two screws are holding it together. I'm not sure which procedure that is. ... (8 replies)
... but I could walk on it after the pain mostly went away. HOwever my 5th met fracture was complete across the bone, so maybe that made a differece. ... (3 replies)
... doctor that is filling in for mine till next week is sending me for a bone scan with die injected and is throwing around the idea of putting me in a aircast for 4 to 6 weeks ...but is this really going to help after a year of walking around on it broken? ... (0 replies)
... Today it has been 2 weeks since my surgery. I have a plate with 6 screws on the 1st, and long pins through the center of 2nd and 3rd that exit under my toes. ... (12 replies)
Spiral fracture
Mar 30, 2009
... I've broken plenty of bones and usually it hurts like hell for a few days after the break. It's odd. ... (1 replies)
Fracture
Feb 23, 2009
... Plate, 11 screws. Cast, for 2 weeks, stitches removed, then another cast for 2 weeks then a walking boot. WBing 7 weeks post op. ... (689 replies)
... and 4 more weeks with the boot. I think it is doing well. ... (41 replies)
... On May 2, 2008 I had a bunionectomy and the first metatarsal bone fused on my left foot. I used this board to help prepare for what to expect, so now I am repaying the favor by posting my experience for others to read. ... (1 replies)
... I am now also wearing athletic shoes and will be doing so for about 4 more months. I'm not sure what info your doc gave you, but metatarsal fractures can take longer to heal than other bones in one's body due to limited circulation. ... (3 replies)
Jones Fracture
Aug 19, 2005
... weeks that the fracture I have in the 5th metatarsal of my right foot is a Jones fracture. 5 weeks ago my family doctor said it was not a Jones and that the radiologist concurred with him. ... (1 replies)
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... rays of my ankle and said nothing was broken just a slight sprain referred me to PT three days later. PT would not treat me because I had a huge bump on the outer side of my foot, return to Dr. ... (12 replies)
Bunion Surgery
Jun 16, 2003
... basically with each surgery, a "v"cut was made in my metatarsal bone, which then the points were shaved done a bit. the "bump" was also shaved. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Peach 86, Merry Christmas... I hope your foot is improving...and that you are enjoying the holidays. It has been some weeks since you wrote to me... How is your recovery going now? ... (27 replies)
... I broke my 3rd metatarsal bone back inside my foot in early May. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: 5th metatarsal, crutches, displaced, metatarsal, pins, sore armpit

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