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Greetings,Thank you for your question. I am Dr. Su S. and I will try my best to help you.I am sorry for her symptoms.It does not sound to be fractured.There can be soft tissue injury, bruise.She needs to keep it at rest.Icing can be done.Tylenol can be taken.If the pain increases, I would advise to get her examined by doctor.I hope this information will be helpful.If you have any query, please feel free to ask.If you are happy with my answer please click on the Excellent/Good rating. Wish her healthy life.Regards.
Yes, I also think so.
There should not be a risk of fracture without further trauma.If the pain become intense or if there is abnormal movement of the limb, abnormal sound or crepitus then you may suspect a fracture.
my 9 yo son had a bike accident where the permanent upper