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I had a fracture at my right leg leg 6 months ago and now I have some big pain.

I have a small problem, I had a fracture at my right leg 6 months ago and now i have some big pain. but not where it was the fracture, the pain is in my ankle. can you tell me why ? and what shoult i do, i;m a little scared that it;s something related to that base of the 5th metatarsian fracture that i had 6 months ago thanks!
Asked On : Sun, 14 Mar 2010
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that must b a jones fracture . that has a vry good results.nothing to worry relax urself first .if theres no h/o trauma to ur ankle then relax again it cud b a some simple twist while walking thats trouubling u .if ur really worried , consult naerby orthopedic Doctor
Answered: Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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The pain could be related to the old fracture though it is not in the same place.

You might need another check X ray.

Answered: Tue, 16 Mar 2010
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