I broke the same bone in basketball years ago. It continued to hurt for weeks afterwards even after it was "healed" as I kept being told. It depends on the pain, my was still sharp not dull like it is healing. I ended up going to a hand specialist and got an MRI. It was still broken and required surgery. Yes that particular bone is one of the worst to heal in your body.
i was referred to an orthopedic surgeon. he was the one who declared it as "healed" after the 4 weeks in cast. i hope he knows what hes doing as i put some trust in the people who work on me. can i ask you when you had pain? was it all the time, while doing range of motion exercises, for and aft movement, side to side, or flipping the hand over? just trying to gauge on if i should be in again to get another look.
Broken bones hurt
well yes, of course they do. but if its "healed" is it still suppose to hurt? or are you getting at "its not fully healed"...
Yes! Do exactly what your doc says and do the therapy,
it's the most important part.
my doctor didnt give me any therapy to do. he just said to keep it in the splint and limit use of it.