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... I broke my 5th metatarsal about 10 weeks ago, no big deal i thought it's a fairly common injury. ... (1 replies)
... I broke my 1st Metatarsal two weeks ago and am about 5 days post op. ... (1 replies)
... I cleanly broke my 2nd metatarsal skateboarding less than a week ago. ... (1 replies)

... rays and consulting the doctor they concluded that I had broken my fifth metatarsal. ... (4 replies)
... ybrokenleg that has been very helpful. You can rant and vent and everyone there knows what you are going through. They are like teammates, cheering for a healthy recovery for everybody. Hope this helps. ... (15 replies)
... nything other than I was going to need either a pin or a plate and he didn't know which until he could get in there. Then he talked to my parents while I was in recovery but he hasn't really told me anything other than I have to stay off of my foot. ... (3 replies)
... This might sound to simple and I have not idea if it is your problem. The first time I was on crutches my under arms hurt so bad after a few days. I was not putting any weight down on my underarms, so could not understand why it hurt so much. ... (27 replies)
... I broke my 2nd metatarsal 5 weeks ago playing football, I'm a 22 year old and very energetic person, sitting on the sofa for all this time has been awful. ... (8 replies)
... I am jumping in on this one as I have good news regarding healing a shattered 1st metatarsal. I had a graft done and an ex fixator placed to hold my broken bone in place with four stainless screws. At two weeks they saw nothing good on the first post op x ray and promptly ordered a bone growth stimulator. ... (8 replies)
... That is great that your friend recovered so incredibly well. I think if your overall health is good and your attitude is decent then recovery happens a lot quicker overall. My father is 89 years old and is very healthy despite his condition of Celiac. ... (9 replies)
... Foot surgery takes a long time to fully heal from what I understand. A colleague of mine had the same procedure I had, from the same surgeon. ... (9 replies)
... we would walk to Barnes and Noble a few times a week and she clearly misses this time with her Mom. ... (9 replies)
... e you. I had foot surgery with a plate and no external hardware, so I can't comment on that. I think Janesfoot made a good point about how we who had surgery had time to get mentally prepared for being out of commission. You had it thrust on you, plus with three kids, you have more challenges than I did, that is for sure. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for taking the time to reply - info from someone with experience is huge at this point of recovery. The extreme pain seems to be at the site of the fixation devices rather than over the point of worst break which sits about an inch or so above my first toe joint. I have four children from the age of 12 down to a very active 3 and I hate being stuck on the sofa but am... (9 replies)
... causes pain and I would guess disrupts circulation. Ice and elevation make a big difference in healing and comfort. Many of us had planned surgeries, so we had time to mentally prepare for a life of impaired mobility, so I can imagine this is a hard adjustment for you. ... (9 replies)
... On the 6th of January my husband shattered my first Metatarsal bone by dropping a very heavy piece of pottery on my foot. ... (9 replies)
... I need your support. I went to my PCP today because a new bump showed up at the end of my first metatarsal bunionectomy scar. ... (22 replies)
... or find shoes that work with the sesamoids not against it. Have you tried metatarsal pads? ... (1 replies)
... mobility, just know that it will not be too long before you are out and back to some normal activities. I spent a great deal of time doing internet searches on metatarsal fractures, trying to make sure I understood what the prognosis could be and making sure I was getting the most up to date care. ... (15 replies)
... I found out that the doctor did not have to break my first metatarsal...he just removed the bunions and rearranged my soft tissue in two places and for that, my recovery time has been shortened. ... (4 replies)

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