After new X-rays and a lot of time sitting in a room with no wi-fi or 3G access (shouldn't every business have wi-fi by now), the doctor comes in to study the films. After looking at them for a while and then testing my range of motion and looking at them again, he determines that I ended up with a chipped bone in my wrist. He pointed out the irregular shape in the bone and a shadow of where it looks like the chip is located. Of course he could have told me anything and I wouldn't have known any better but it made sense.
The net of it all is that I'm in a splint for a few weeks. I REALLY need it to get "good enough" in two weeks so that I can train for the Victory Junction Camp Challenge ! Otherwise I'll have to downgrade my mileage to the 15 mile beginner's route or the kiddie lap around the camp. :-)
|Not my actual X-ray. They wanted to charge me $20 for a copy.|