It's been been 89 days since I broke my right ankle and the lower part of my leg, the tibia and fibula and had a fracture of the talus, the part of the ankle where the heel is. Well, after almost 13 weeks I'm back on two feet!
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It will be eight weeks tomorrow that I broke my tibia and fibula in my right leg and ankle. I was aghast after surgery when I first looked at the incision. Want to see the progress? It's been six-and-a-half weeks since the surgery and what a difference 45 days makes.
So, it’s been 17 days since I had surgery to repair my broken tibia and fibula. I went to the doctor yesterday and he said it is healing well!
As you know, I broke my tibia and fibula two weeks ago. The tibia is the shin bone and it broke at the ankle joint. The fibula is the smaller bone on the outside of the leg. Want to see my scar?