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We may have lost the battle......but not the war.
Thank you Matt C. I've learned a lot about that type of injury in the past 3 months.
He will most likely have a reduction procedure and then rods or flexible nails placed into his leg and have to worry short term (48 hours) about the swelling that may cut off blood supply to his leg muscles. The tib/fib break is one of the most difficult breaks to recover from. He is relatively young so that is on his side. God bless him and hope all goes well.
Easy. He will not lose his leg. He may make a full recovery, a broken bone heals better than a rupture of a ligament many times. Far more blood supply.
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
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I actually broke my leg last Sunday, same bone and everything. Just lower down by the ankle.
My doc said if I would of broken it higher that would of happened to me... So to see it happen to him, was rather shocking...
Just for the reference, I had surgery on Thursday, will be in a cast for 10-12 weeks, and I have to go back for a 2nd surgery to remove a screw and let the ligaments move again
I'll be immobile for 6-8 months, then have to do physical therapy.
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Okay, I thought you might be.....that comment didn't sound like you....lol
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