Broke my growth plate last feb. and have been having some pains in my wrist turns out i might have positive ulnar variance (ulna is longer than my radius) and they will have to take a chunk of my bone out to even them out would could take 2 months......
Damn man i had exact same shit 7 years ago on my left wrist. Realised 3-4 years after the accident my left arm was 2,5 cm shorter then my right one and it hurt since 7 years... but doctor told me they cant rly do anything about it. Good luck with your surgery man hope evry thing goes well
I broke my radius' growth plate a few years ago and my ulna now bows out away from my wrist about 3/8ths of an inch, pretty ghoulish. I never had surgery on it, looking back probably wouldnt have been a bad idea.
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yeahh man thats gay as hell.. in my foot i shattered a couple of bones and the healed differently than they should have so now i have a buckle and my ski boots kill not matta what. i just waited til the spring tho to get surgery
yeah exactly... you will still be able to cruze around just dont do anything big....
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