dislocated fibula head.

I am in need to someone to tell me how to make my days less painful, I have had a dislocated Fibula for the last 5 months, from sept 25 till the end of Nov no one could tell me what was wrong with my lower leg, then I got to see my family dr she was able to feel the Fibula head and tell me it was out of place sent me for xrays that showed nothing wanted me to wait and see if it fixed it's self between seeing her and the xray, she put in a request for me to Orthopedic Dr( it will be months before i get in to see them) , I am still waiting walking on it every day it swells up and just hurts, I tried wraping it to limit the movemnt but that tightness of the wrap just made it hurt so that didnt work, I would love to know if I can do anything to make my days alittle less painful for now, and what damage could be being done during this time, and well most of what are they most likly going to do to fix this. any one have any ideas, I FEEL LIKE THERE IS NOT HELP FOR ME AND IT;S SO HARD TO ENJOY MY DAY WITH MY KIDS WELL I AM IN PAIN.

Posted By Krista on January 25, 2012 at 12:13:12:

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