They just called me - it's definitely a fracture - specifically, a cuboid avulsion fracture.Being a medical transcriptionist, I knew the injury was to the cuboid area, but hoped for a ligament sprain rather than a true bone fracture. Nope!
Like I said, I'm pretty good with pain, so I'm walking around in it like nothing happened (like an idiot when I shouldn't be), albeit slower. But you know, there's stuff you've gotta do, still.
I thought it couldn't be broken, because the pain wasn't too severe and I could walk - but then again, I did hear what I thought was a crack, versus a pop, when I fell.
Is that not the dumbest way to break your foot you've ever heard?
I wish I could say that it was because I was running a 10K, or even my cycling, but no - my foot was asleep and I tried to walk and fell lol.Sigh - well, learn from me - never try to walk when you're foot's completely asleep - not the pins and needles kind of asleep, but completely lost feeling, asleep - AND I need to stop sitting on my leg/foot lol.
Thus, referred to Orthopedics now, no cycling for a while - Argh!
However, the good news is, it's my left foot, when I use my right for my foot pedal for work. Gotta be grateful for what you can, in this day and age, right? :)