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Calcaneus stress fracture recovery time

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Serum Calcium and Alkaline Phosphate levels to be perfectly normal. I have been diagnosed with stress fractures of the Calcaneum and the Talus. Would Forteo injection heal my stress fractures? I am very ...

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and hurting. I had a nuclear test. They found a tiny hairline fracture at the very bottom of my tibia ... and hurts. By the time I am in bed at night, it hurts enough to cry. It is now August, and this is STILL ...

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What test should be performed to ascertain if there is a stress fracture? Cat Scan? X-Ray? or MRI? XXXX XXXXXXX ...

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How is a stress fracture possible after a robotic partial knee replacement and is this a complication of surgery. Where are the possible sites for a tibia stress fracture? Why do I need to wait 10 ...

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our 16 yr old daughter has the following symptoms: 1. fatigued all the time 2. low limit of wbc , 3.8 3. they just found stress fracture on both femural necks 4.monocytes 9 5. low side rbc (3.9) i ...

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Hi! So I m getting a surgery tomorrow afternoon for a minor stress fracture that is not healing on its own. The doctor said hes going to put a rod from the knee down to help it heal. my stress fracture ...

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Hi, I am a 23 year old female and an ex gymnast, and now do trampolining a few times a week. 4 months ago I was diagnosed with a stress fracture to my spine (L5) and so am just rehabbing and getting ...

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I AM A 34 YEAR OLD FEMALE AND I WAS IN THE ARMY IN 2004-2005. I HAD STRESS FRACTURES IN BOTH HEELS ... AS THE FRACTURES HAVE HAD TIME TO HEAL? ...

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for probably the last 2 to 3 months. I have a trip he did to a possible stress fracture her due to the recent ... with the stress fracture. I have reduced activity and limited my way faring since onset but it still was unchanged ...

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a little back story, i have broken my foot 3 times. (stress fracture, then fracture completely about 2 weeks later then a re-fracture about 2 months later) this was a couple years ago. but recently i ...

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stress fracture. I can t raise my big toe. It is sagging down.The doctor wants an MRI. He thinks that I may have torn my tendon. If so, what can I expect? he mentioned surgery. what type of recovery time ...

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I have a fractured rib - I believe it to be a stress fracture as I don t recall any injury, and it occurred when I was bending over to reach for something. It has been 16 weeks since the fracture and I can ...

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My child has just been diagnosed with multiple stress fractures for the second time. She had multiple stress fractures last spring, followed the doctors orders for rest and then a slow return ...

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My son was just diagnosed finally after 2 weeks with a stress fracture on 2nd metatarsal nondisplaced.. He is in a boot for the next 4 weeks. My question is after that time and if he is released back ...

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Hi, I am 51 and have been recently diagnosed with a tibial stress fracture but I am not obese, have ... of the time I do not feel pain so much in the tibia unless I weight bear on it a lot but more on the fibula ...

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doctor1 MD

hello. its better to avoid it for the time being. any further injury can lead to worse damage. reply with thanks. regards

doctor1 MD

This is usually treated with the rest ice compression and elevation for at least several weeks. Please do this under the supervision of your primary care doctor or orthopedic specialist