Trolliosis saidDo you mean to tell me... That you're not all medical experts?
Not me. But I can relate this personal experience. I broke my clavicle in a motorcycle accident at 19. But it went undetected, because doctors were focused on more major injuries, that kept me immobilized in a hospital bed for a while. I knew my shoulder hurt, but then I hurt all over.
By the time I went home the shoulder still hurt, so I just went easy on it. After that it got better on its own over time.
Forward 15 years, and my shoulder is hurting again. Doctors tell me it's likely due to my badly set broken collarbone, aggravated by all the pushups and other exercise I was doing while teaching college phy-ed classes.
My broken WHAT? They showed me the X-rays, said it was broken some years earlier, didn't I remember it? And now nothing they could do, it didn't heal correctly, just have to go easy when it aches and take pain pills.
Don't rush your own bone repair. You'll be thankful in the future.