Richard S
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So, at age 33, I have broken the first bone of my life: my toe. This happened back in November when I stubbed my toe (kicked a concrete barrier with my bare foot). It seemed to get better for a while, but went to the doc today for xrays when I noticed it still hurt 1.5 months later.

Healing time: 3+ months. Treatment: nothing.
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Man that sucks. Broken toes are hard to heal.
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Morgan Dontanville
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Broke my elbow at 35. First break. The older you get the tougher it is to bounce back. Yuck!
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Hope it heals quick for you. Its weird I never seem to stub my toe when I have shoes on, as soon as Im barefoot I start hitting table and chair legs.
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Erik D
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I broke bones all the time as a kid. At least once a year for 4 straight years, I broke 1 or more bones in my feet. Include a wrist and an ankle, and you have my complete bone breakage history.

Then, in college, the food made me so ill everyday I pounded down Rolaids like a madman. All that extra calcium did me good--I haven't broken anything since.
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