I would suggest you to ask your surgeon the need for surgery as most of clavicular fractures
unite without treatment. Unless assessed clinically and Radiographically, its difficult to comment on your issue.
Surgery for clavicular fractures is advisable in the following conditions:
- fragments are protruding or tenting your skin.
- painful, ununited fracture of the clavicle(non union)
- any blood vessel, nerve injury
or sudden difficulty in breathing
- fracture of a diseased clavicle
- clavicle fracture
with a wound over the overlying skin
- fracture of the extreme end of the clavicle.