torn tendon

I saw my orthopaedic surgeon 2 weeks ago because my ankle had been hurting for 2 months. It seemed there was more pain when I flex my toes and then when I would try and walk off a sidewalk my foot would almost give out on me and the pain was terrible. The Dr. examined me, no x-rays or anything, and said I had likely torn a tendon from where he could see the pain, etc. He put me in a walking boot and gave me an anti-inflamatory-Mobic. I cannot feel any difference and the pain is almost worse. I can still move my ankle in this boot and it hurts terribly. Do you think I should call them back or just wait 3 more weeks till my follow-up? Any help will be appreciated.

Posted By Angie on January 25, 2005 at 15:15:39:

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