i have had a stage four stress fracture of my left tiba ive had it for 2 years now and it doesnt seem to be going away or the pain is not reducing. my job wont allow me to properly rest my leg. and also i think i am developing stress fracture in the other leg. just wondering if there is any helpfull recommendations out there for me?
Welcome to the Pain Management Forum. Geez... a stress fracture that doesn't heal in two years???? I'd want to know why!!!
A stress fracture is like any other fracture other than it's cause. They should heal in 6-8 weeks depending on certain factors. They should not take years to heal!!
Have you consulted an orthopedist recently? If not I would do so. If you're being told it's "normal" to have an unhealed fracture for two years I'd look for another physician. That's where your answers will be found.
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