Thought I'd update from last night (Had my appointment at the fracture clinic at Modbury Hospital) - this is posted from my FaceBook account and was written last night, hence is not written in past tense.
Finally got home from getting my wrist checked...
Went back to Modbury, signed in and had my x-rays again (they did it with the cast on... bit dodgey??) and the nurse who called me into a room afterward (I'm sorry, I'm really not racist) could not really talk any english apart from 'Fractured/Cracked bone' and she then took my cast off - So I asked her what we were going to do now, she says use I...t no riding for four weeks, but that it is not healed... ummm yeah..
So then mum isn't happy with that advice (I'd been in a double sided backslab for 12 days by now with restricted movement) so we argued a bit, me wanting to just put it in a support and go home, thinking I could ride soon, but then we went to a place in Elizabeth on the way home, to get another point of view...2nd lot of X-rays for the day, and the lady (who was really lovely) said that yes, my arm does in fact need to still be in a cast - and a fibreglass one at that, so now I have a fibreglass (rather nicely done too!) cast - I was a bit bummed because I didn't get to choose the colour (had decided on purple) so I have a off-white/yellowish cast for the next 3 weeks and then easing back into routine.
Mum thinks that its the radius, one of the long arm bones, at the wrist end, on the thumb side of it there is a buckle fracture - she found me this picture and circled it where it is fractured - a buckle fracture.