Believe it or not... 13 broken bones in my lifetime. All but two were sports related. Two toes, each thumb twice and three fingers are included in that, so it is not as terrible as it might sound. The most painful was a broken collarbone that was suffered my junior year in HS playing football. The most pain wasn't until two days after I got home from the hospital. The bone was completely broken in half and they set it together. Keep in mind that you cannot cast a collarbone. I had a harness thing that was put on. They never gave me instructions at the hospital... if they did, I was too medicated on pain killers to remember. Anyhow I had an awards banquet for school. I thought I could make it despite the lingering pain. I hadn't showered in the two days since it broke and of course I needed to clean up. I took the harness off (a no-no!) to shower. Before I could get 1/2 way through the shower I was on my knees in agonizing pain.
I was barely able to wrap a towel around myself and scream to my parents for help. My Dad carried me to their van and laid me in the back. He took me back to the hospital (wearing only a towel). Evidently the bone had slipped back to where it was when it had been broken and the two ends where the break was were rubbing together... hence, the pain. Needless to say I kept that sucker on for the next 4-5 weeks.
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