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    03-02-2011, 03:42 PM
  #1
Yearling
How much PAIN!.....

OK, I made a thread about my right ankle here it is,

Getting off my high horse.... But a painful way.

Alright, yesterday I was riding my horse for the first time again since my ankle is fine. Well I was gong threw the woods and a little tree, big enough to hurt, got in between my stirrup/foot and my horse and bent my foot back wards. Well I really didn't need that. It hurt worst then when I popped my ankle getting it hurt in the first place. Well I rode to day even though it was very sore. So I was riding my horse and he has a bad habit of running into my other horses butt. Even if I pull back. Well we ran into his but and he kicked...... Yes I know what your thinking and yes he did. He kicked my in my ankle while on my horse. I'm just lucky it wasn't a good kick or angle so he kicked and my ankle went back since I was riding him bareback. It hurt a little I took a pain pill but it still hurt especially when I put my boot on and walk.Tomorrow i'm just going to go pick rocks out of the field.... Maybe... Thanks for listening. I'm not going to tell my parents. I know for sure it's not broken so i'll be OK.
     
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    03-03-2011, 11:37 AM
  #2
Super Moderator
Wow... ouch .

I know you told you aren't going to tell your parents but I'd suggest to. I'd also suggest to meet a doctor, if there's some kind of injury (and if I've caught things right, there can be even you could walk with the foot, not trying to scare you), it's good to find it out and take care of asap. It's easier that way most of time.
     
    03-03-2011, 11:47 AM
  #3
Showing
Hop, it may not be broken, but you could have torn tendons and/or ligaments. Those actually take longer to heal than a broken bone. Also, if they don't heal right, you might have to go in for surgery to correct them.

Please tell your folks and have it checked out, since knowing sooner is better than finding out later that you need surgery to correct something you ignored.
     
    03-03-2011, 11:51 AM
  #4
Banned
Agree with the above. It might be a hairline fracture, you never know for sure.
     
    03-03-2011, 01:23 PM
  #5
Yearling
We're going tomorrow to a walk in ccenter. The same one I went I first.(there going to be happy to see me. HeHe)then where going to this doctor in town Monday. Tomorrow for my ankle and Monday for so kinda of red bump on my back that I've had for years and it got as big as a pencil eraser then it popped like it did when I was younger. We're going to make sure its not ...Cancer.... Hope it's not. I've looked up different skin cancers and didn't see one that looked like my red bump so maybe it's nothing. Also... LOL this is kinda funny even though it hurt the bandages I was using every time i'd take one of it would rip the skin of and now I have a raw spot on my back that looks like a bandage. I just though it was the bump that hurt but it's not even that it was the bandages. I'll tell what doc. Says tomorrow. It's feeling a lot better. My horse took most the kick though for the other horse.
     
    03-08-2011, 01:54 AM
  #6
Yearling
Ouch, I hope you feel better, and I'm glad you told your parents
     
    03-08-2011, 07:15 AM
  #7
Yearling
Ya I did and I went to the doctor. He looked at it and said it's just stretched. That's why it swelled up even more. He gave me so more of those pain pills and i'm feeling a hole lot better. I still some times have pain but not as much as I did. Thanks for every ones support. I'll be bad on my horse in no time or after this big rain storm goes by and it drys up.
     

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