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Painless Avulsion Fracture (fifth metatarsal)

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Mar 3, 2019.

  1. admin

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    I'm a 25 years old female, physically active. 15 days ago I tripped and rolled my ankle inwards, heard a crack, had an xray, and found out that I had an Avulsion Fracture of my fifth metatarsal bone. Was in a cast for 12 days, totally immobile.

    On the 13th day, I was given an air boot. Doctor said it is better to not walk. But I couldn't be inmobile because I have to walk to work.

    I have absolutely zero pain when I walk. I also don't feel any pain when I'm wearing the cast, even right...

    Painless Avulsion Fracture (fifth metatarsal)

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