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2007-10-09 01:58:54
2007-10-09 01:58:54

yes it should still hurt. Not really badly but yes, there may be some pain. My brother has broken his clavicle and he was in pain for 3 or more weeks! You really just have to make sure you rest it anad do no moving of it so the muscle can pull the muscle back in place. Keep waiting for another week and if it still hurts, then REALLY see a doctor for help. O! And make sure you have a sling to keep you arm in to keep pressure off the bone and arm.

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