If you have broken a bone, you may experience the following: you may hear or feel a snap or a grinding noise as the injury happens.
you may feel pain when you put weight on the injury, touch it, press it, or move it.
the injured part may look deformed – in severe breaks, the broken bone may be poking through the skin.
Is breaking a bone painful?
Broken bones are painful for a variety of reasons: The nerve endings that surround bones contain pain fiber. These fibers may become irritated when the bone is broken or bruised. Broken bones bleed, and the blood and associated swelling (edema) causes pain.
Which bone is most painful to break?
A fracture that occurs lower down the femur is classed as a broken leg rather than hip and is one of the most painful breaks to experience.
What does it feel like to break a bone in your foot?
Signs and symptoms of a broken foot may include pain, limping, swelling, bruising, and refusal to bear weight on the affected foot. Treatment of foot fractures depend upon which bone is broken but many fractures are treated with a compression dressing, a stiff-soled shoe, boot, and weight bearing as tolerated.
What does it feel like to break your femur?
If you have fractured the shaft of your femur, your symptoms may include: Pain, swelling, tenderness and bruising in your thigh. Inability to bear weight on your injured leg. Inability to move your hip or knee on the affected side.