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No bones broken as far as the x ray shows, according to my doctor. She sent them to a radiologist for a second opinion but as long as I don't get a call back it means things are fine.
However the ankle is hurting more these few days than the few days immediately after the sprain. The doctor tells me it's because I was trying to put weight on it and hobble around the house. So now I have strict orders to not put *any* weight on it for a week. The side is tender to the touch so well, ouch and so much for early mobilisation. Looks like I'm really going to be off the mat for a considerable period.
Terry: thank you for your suggestion. I sent a PM to thank you but am not sure it got through so this is in case you didn't see that.