One thought on “Can a Hairline Fracture Heal on Its Own?

  1. Arti says:

    Not at first. Not at first. Usually after a number of weeks have gone by, a callus has formed around the injured area. Usually after a number of weeks have gone by, a callus has formed around the injured area. This callus is visible on an X-ray. This callus is visible on an X-ray. The examination and diagnosis however, should be left up to your doctor as this is a serious injury. The examination and diagnosis however, should be left up to your doctor as this is a serious injury. But over time the injury may become visible. But over time the injury may become visible. Depending on the severity, it’s possible for a stress fracture to heal on its own provided certain precautions are taken. Depending on the severity, it’s possible for a stress fracture to heal on its own provided certain precautions are taken.

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