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Topic Title: Non union after 6 months GRRRR
Created On: 01/07/2006 10:45 AM
 
 12/08/2014 02:47 PM

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angelrobert

<p> I suggest you to instantly consult with your [url=http://orthopedicsurgerysandiego.com/]orthopedic surgeon[/url]. </p>
 01/25/2007 11:07 AM

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hollynicholls23

Well I fractured my clavicle in 2003, and had the same problem, non-union for over 6 months, so they decided to perform surgery. Well now in 2007 I have full blown arthritis, and possibly neuropathy. There is a lot pain still and the arthritis meds dont help. I'm not one for taking narcotics so I have just had to learn how to cope. Day to day the pain is manageable, every two weeks or so it gets really bad. I tried talking to doctors but they are not much help. I'm considered an otherwise healthy 24 yr old so they pretty much ignore me.
As far as a plate. It did work for me, in terms of having the fracture heal. But you will have to take it really easy for a year, maybe more as it was in my case. Plates do have a high incidence of breaking too so be prepared for that.
Wish you the best.
Holly
 01/11/2006 03:22 PM

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Hammer450r

TTT
 01/07/2006 10:45 AM

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Hammer450r

Broke my clavical 6 months ago and was just told last night by a Dr that i was still non union. After reading all the horror stories on here, should i opt for getting a plate and is there anything i should know?
     
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