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Old 12-17-2013, 09:07 AM   #1
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broke my leg. any tips?

I broke my leg yesterday. Like, my foot was dangling by the soft tissues.

I of course called 911 after about 20 minutes and have proper medical supervision. Im not askin for medical advice here, but maybe someone else has been here...

I only have a splint on it.
I walk like 10 feet on my crutches and i get all winded and my good leg hurts and.. ugh. I feel weak.

How the hell do people walk on crutches successfully? Will i just get used to it?

Doesnt help that i feel my bones knocking together when i "walk"...im hoping i get the surgery today but..meh.

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I've lived a "watch this y'all!" life, and have broken several bones. It hurts like hell for a few days, and for weeks afterward if you put pressure on the bones. Walking with crutches takes a little getting used to, having upper body strength helps a lot. Don't take 3 hydrocodone or whatever they're called and drink 4-5 jack & cokes, you could wake up in your own piss... Just sayin

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I broke my leg yesterday. Like, my foot was dangling by the soft tissues.

I of course called 911 after about 20 minutes and have proper medical supervision. Im not askin for medical advice here, but maybe someone else has been here...

I only have a splint on it.
I walk like 10 feet on my crutches and i get all winded and my good leg hurts and.. ugh. I feel weak.

How the hell do people walk on crutches successfully? Will i just get used to it?

Doesnt help that i feel my bones knocking together when i "walk"...im hoping i get the surgery today but..meh.
been there done that...got the t-shirt!

practice on the crutches helps a bunch, and picture yourself "slower" than normal...it's a mental thing...was for me anyhow...

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I've lived a "watch this y'all!" life, and have broken several bones. It hurts like hell for a few days, and for weeks afterward if you put pressure on the bones. Walking with crutches takes a little getting used to, having upper body strength helps a lot. Don't take 3 hydrocodone or whatever they're called and drink 4-5 jack & cokes, you could wake up in your own piss... Just sayin
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Lmao thanks guys.

Man hydrocodone makes me puke. I stopped taking it.
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The bones start to stitch as SOON as the break occurs... it will get better.
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The bones start to stitch as SOON as the break occurs... it will get better.
Well i have all 3 ankle bones broken and also a torn ligament and its a very unstable fracture, they said it wont heal til surgery.....which i am getting tomorrow. Thank god.

Doc tried to talk me into surgery monday. Im like nooooooooooou...


For some reason i feel like its going to feel so much better after that....

They said i can probably walk in 6 weeks but wont have the proper brske response to drive for 9 weeks.

Im at my parents house but basically in a few days im going to go to my house and my girlfriend will take care of me.

Got my handicap permit.

Crutches are getting easier and i dont moan every step now...

Thanks guys...
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I heard that walking on your hands can ease things...


*sorry but I couldn't help but add some humor.*
Before you know it, you're going to be walking around like nothing ever happened. Hope it all works out easily.
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Iv broken both of my ankles. Not nearly as badly as yours though. Crutches suck. You get to hobbling pretty well with them on about a week though once the muscles get used to the unusual use.

The biggest issue I had was actually the crutches in my armpits making them sore. Maybe find some foam?

But of course I eventually resorted to walking on my hands like any intelligent being would.

Makes stepping in dog poop pretty rough though.
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But of course I eventually resorted to walking on my hands like any intelligent being would.

Makes stepping in dog poop pretty rough though.
...kinda wrecks kfc and finger lickin' good...
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If you can get one of the lazy, non-handicapped people out of an electric wheelchair at Wal-mart you can cruise around the store in one of those.
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If you can get one of the lazy, non-handicapped people out of an electric wheelchair at Wal-mart you can cruise around the store in one of those.
Lol true but....doesnt help me pee lmfao

Surgery at 3pm. Ugh whyd they wait two days? Then ill get a boot.
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Here's a tip, don't break the other one! Also avoid taking part in any a$$ kicking contests for a while.
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Lol true but....doesnt help me pee lmfao

Surgery at 3pm. Ugh whyd they wait two days? Then ill get a boot.
sometimes they want the swelling to reduce first, and they want the soft tissue damage around the break to fully manifest prior to surgical reduction.

sometimes it's the fact that the orthopod had a couple of grade school screechy orchestra concerts to attend...and pretend to enjoy...
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Bones heal and chicks dig scars. Seriously, bones hurt bad! You will get better with the crutches after surgery and it will make your upper body a lot stronger. Also, they put something in hydrocodone to make you sick at your stomach so you won't become addicted. I can only take it for a day or two before I have to stop. With all the advances in medicine they can't make a pain reliever that doesn't make you stop hurting without making you an addict? Good luck and post some pics, we can take it.
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Look at it this way....you will be the best weather forecaster in your family now....always be able to tell when barometric pressure dropping... Sorry....get well soon.
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I have platew and screws in my leg now. Feels so much bettrr....


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sometimes they want the swelling to reduce first, and they want the soft tissue damage around the break to fully manifest prior to surgical reduction.

sometimes it's the fact that the orthopod had a couple of grade school screechy orchestra concerts to attend...and pretend to enjoy...
I understand. Infact he really wanted me to wit til tuesday.im like....please tomorrrow??

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Bones heal and chicks dig scars. Seriously, bones hurt bad! You will get better with the crutches after surgery and it will make your upper body a lot stronger. Also, they put something in hydrocodone to make you sick at your stomach so you won't become addicted. I can only take it for a day or two before I have to stop. With all the advances in medicine they can't make a pain reliever that doesn't make you stop hurting without making you an addict? Good luck and post some pics, we can take it.
Well i got oxycodone now.

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Look at it this way....you will be the best weather forecaster in your family now....always be able to tell when barometric pressure dropping... Sorry....get well soon.
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Stay off the snow and ice with those crutches. Broke my foot years ago, when I still lived in Michigan. Learned very quickly that crutches do not like slippery things. Hope ya feel better soon and enjoy those oxy's while ya got them.
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I was run over as a kid and broke most everything below the pelvis. Crutches were a staple for well over a year. The big trick is to support your weight with your locked elbows, forearms, and locked wrists. Do not bear your weight on your underarms - you can dislocate your shoulder[s] and suffer a nasty fall. Get a heavy dumbbell and barbell to work your wrists, arms, and shoulders hard. Take physical therapy seriously and work harder than you want to for longer than you think you can.

The new splints are way more comfortable and lighter than the solid 'concrete' infused gauze cloth splints that I had to wear. Exercise your affected leg as much as possible, because it will atrophy to some extent. The amount of weakness is up to the amount of work you put into it. If you get a removable splint set, clean your leg with baby wipes or a wash cloth as often as possible to prevent stink and dead skin from building up. When they finally took mine off for good, the dead skin was much like disinterring a dead body - the doctor never bothered to clean it or allow me to clean it. The dead skin had to be peeled off, it stunk horribly, and it was gross. If you can't remove it, get a very long nylon wire tie [two to three feet long]. You'll really want it when your leg starts itching and you can snake the tie down and 'scratch' it with the end of the tie.

Your clothing will change [relaxed fit/loose fit jeans will be helpful] and you may need to take trousers to a tailor. Have the tailor split the outside seam of the trouser leg and install velcro [like ski pants]. It can help you pull on and off your clothes without help. Dress trousers are usually loose enough, but may need the same treatment for ease of putting on/taking off.

You may find pillows under or around the leg to help you sleep. Trying to sleep in one position will drive you crazy when you want to move a bit or roll on your side. I found that dense throw pillows worked the best for me.

Unlike others, I can't tell when the barometric pressure decreases or weather changes. It has never bothered me, but others are different.

The way you walk will change. Take a pre-break pair of worn athletic shoes and save them. When you are walking post-break on a new pair of athletic shoes [make them the same brand and style] after a while, compare those to the pre-break shoes. If the difference is markedly different or you have pain, take the shoes to a podiatrist for their examination. You may need an orthotic device in your shoe[s] to stop foot/leg/hip/spine pain.

Stay off the oxycodone. It isn't worth it. One glass of wine, a beer, or other drink is a better choice before going to sleep

Those are some of the big problems. If you have specific questions, PM me.

Good luck and mend quick!
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Stay off the snow and ice with those crutches. Broke my foot years ago, when I still lived in Michigan. Learned very quickly that crutches do not like slippery things. Hope ya feel better soon and enjoy those oxy's while ya got them.
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I was run over as a kid and broke most everything below the pelvis. Crutches were a staple for well over a year. The big trick is to support your weight with your locked elbows, forearms, and locked wrists. Do not bear your weight on your underarms - you can dislocate your shoulder[s] and suffer a nasty fall. Get a heavy dumbbell and barbell to work your wrists, arms, and shoulders hard. Take physical therapy seriously and work harder than you want to for longer than you think you can.

The new splints are way more comfortable and lighter than the solid 'concrete' infused gauze cloth splints that I had to wear. Exercise your affected leg as much as possible, because it will atrophy to some extent. The amount of weakness is up to the amount of work you put into it. If you get a removable splint set, clean your leg with baby wipes or a wash cloth as often as possible to prevent stink and dead skin from building up. When they finally took mine off for good, the dead skin was much like disinterring a dead body - the doctor never bothered to clean it or allow me to clean it. The dead skin had to be peeled off, it stunk horribly, and it was gross. If you can't remove it, get a very long nylon wire tie [two to three feet long]. You'll really want it when your leg starts itching and you can snake the tie down and 'scratch' it with the end of the tie.

Your clothing will change [relaxed fit/loose fit jeans will be helpful] and you may need to take trousers to a tailor. Have the tailor split the outside seam of the trouser leg and install velcro [like ski pants]. It can help you pull on and off your clothes without help. Dress trousers are usually loose enough, but may need the same treatment for ease of putting on/taking off.

You may find pillowlunder or around the leg to help you sleep. Trying to sleep in one position will drive you crazy when you want to move a bit or roll on your side. I found that dense throw pillows worked the best for me.

Unlike others, I can't tell when the barometric pressure decreases or weather changes. It has never bothered me, but others are different.

The way you walk will change. Take a pre-break pair of worn athletic shoes and save them. When you are walking post-break on a new pair of athletic shoes [make them the same brand and style] after a while, compare those to the pre-break shoes. If the difference is markedly different or you have pain, take the shoes to a podiatrist for their examination. You may need an orthotic device in your shoe[s] to stop foot/leg/hip/spine pain.

Stay off the oxycodone. It isn't worth it. One glass of wine, a beer, or other drink is a better choice before going to sleep

Those are some of the big problems. If you have specific questions, PM me.

Good luck and mend quick!
Thanks but wont alcohol be more likely to cause more injuries than oxycodone?

I have a removable boot. Supposed to pop it off tomorrow and take my bandages off and replace with more bandages just to keep it from making my foot itch and scratch bad.

Hows it supposed to feel? It feels alot like my ankle is bolted onto my body. Which it is, but still....ouch..
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So, oxycodone is just fine if you use it as prescribed, usually one every 12 hr for pain maintenance. If you do that and don't use more than you need it's not hard to stop. I had oxycodone and hydromorphone for ACL surgery and the oxy just had me feeling normal.
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I have severe spine damage and 2 cervical fusions. Oxy's help with the pain but beware, they are addictive if you have an addictive personality. Only take them if you really need them. As far as the weather, you will definitely feel the changes in pressure. I moved from Ohio to Florida to get away from the cold wet environment. Still have pain but it is more tolerable here. Good luck and heal fast!
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I broke my leg yesterday. Like, my foot was dangling by the soft tissues.

I of course called 911 after about 20 minutes and have proper medical supervision. Im not askin for medical advice here, but maybe someone else has been here...

I only have a splint on it.
I walk like 10 feet on my crutches and i get all winded and my good leg hurts and.. ugh. I feel weak.
those are also symptoms of a blood clot. google "blood clot after leg fracture"
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If you want to have a single drink to take the edge off before going to bed, it is far safer than synthetic opioids. If you are drinking a six pack, a bottle of wine, or a few double whiskies/vodkas/etc... yeah, that's not good long term either. Don't take either if you are going to walk around until you get used to crutches, because of the chance of a fall. The pain will subside down to minimal levels in a week or so and OTC pain killers will work well.

Your leg and foot are going to feel rather weird for a while. Mine bothered me so much that I couldn't sleep for more than an hour at a time. The med staff tried repeatedly to get me to take opioids, but they make me feel worse than the pain. The OTC pain meds were a better choice for me.

When I had oral surgery a few months ago, one standard shot of bourbon whiskey worked for me an hour prior to bed time. It lasted three days and then nothing other than antibiotics after that.
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So, oxycodone is just fine if you use it as prescribed, usually one every 12 hr for pain maintenance. If you do that and don't use more than you need it's not hard to stop. I had oxycodone and hydromorphone for ACL surgery and the oxy just had me feeling normal.
I was told one oxycodone/acetominophen every 3 hours if needed. I am not myself when i take it, but if i stop taking it the pain is horrible. it makes me very grumpy.
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those are also symptoms of a blood clot. google "blood clot after leg fracture"
Welll.......it makes sense though. My arms have never been used as legs before.

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If you want to have a single drink to take the edge off before going to bed, it is far safer than synthetic opioids. If you are drinking a six pack, a bottle of wine, or a few double whiskies/vodkas/etc... yeah, that's not good long term either. Don't take either if you are going to walk around until you get used to crutches, because of the chance of a fall. The pain will subside down to minimal levels in a week or so and OTC pain killers will work well.

Your leg and foot are going to feel rather weird for a while. Mine bothered me so much that I couldn't sleep for more than an hour at a time. The med staff tried repeatedly to get me to take opioids, but they make me feel worse than the pain. The OTC pain meds were a better choice for me.

When I had oral surgery a few months ago, one standard shot of bourbon whiskey worked for me an hour prior to bed time. It lasted three days and then nothing other than antibiotics after that.
I would have to have a half a fifth or so to help this pain.

I dunno if weird is the right word but when im on the opioids the pain is managable.
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I was told one oxycodone/acetominophen every 3 hours if needed. I am not myself when i take it, but if i stop taking it the pain is horrible. it makes me very grumpy.

Welll.......it makes sense though. My arms have never been used as legs before.


I would have to have a half a fifth or so to help this pain.

I dunno if weird is the right word but when im on the opioids the pain is managable.
Don't drink while taking those pills, you will crush your liver. Pick one or the other, thing with drinking is it really affects your balance. Just try and stay on top of the pain, no reason to let it start hurting. Heal quickly.
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Look at it this way....you will be the best weather forecaster in your family now....always be able to tell when barometric pressure dropping... Sorry....get well soon.



Sorry to hear about the bone breaks but I have the record on that one I believe - 13 fractures with multiple fractures on several occasions.

No lie - you will be the best weather forecaster. The night before a storm - oh you will feel it.

However, I have never had surgery for any of my broken bones so I can't imagine what you have to go through.

I have been on Percocet (oxycodone) for a number of years due to cancer but I will tell you and many cancer patients will say the same thing - if you take them only for pain relief you typically will not get addicted to them. It is when you take them to have fun - that is when it can get out of control. I have no reaction to taking percocet because it is going straight to the pain and I have no withdrawals if I am off on them for days on end.
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You will definitely get more used to it with time. After multiple surgeries from a torn acl, a bad staff infection and fail graphs I spent for the most part a year and a half between crutches and a wheel chair. You'll soon be more comfortable on them and you'll find your own tricks to get around like getting up and down the stairs and you can soon figure out how to run with one foot and two crutches hahah.. Just remember feet first going up stairs and lean forward and crutches first when going down! It'll all work out and good luck with your leg!
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Of course i know not to drink and take those pills. But without the pills i'd be drinking a fifth a day. Also, State Farm is paying for my pills. Pretty sure they wont buy me a gallon of crown royal a week.

Im starting to get better on the crutches. I no longer feel like im going to fall over.

Pressure fell last night and i didnt take my pills all afternoon. Couldnt sleep. Pain got up to around an 8 on the hospital 1 to 10 scale.

I have basicaly no appetite. Yesterday i ate a biscuit and gravy and two pieces ofpizza. Sucks.

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