Wrist cracking no swelling is it fractured?

Most likely not. To fracture a bone you have to have injury or have some thing to weaken the bone. Most of the time if you are healthy some kind of inflammation in the joint will be the problem. Some time it happen for no obvious reasons.

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Could I have fractured my wrist and not be in too much pain, just on and off? Some swelling a week later, had it in a splint for a week now.

Wrist. Anything is possible, there could be a small little chip fracture which may have caused swell or it could just be soft tissue giving similar symptoms. If it persists after you remove the splint you may want to consider being evaluated by orthopedic surgeon for consideration of X-rays in further clinical evaluation and work up. Read more...

I fractured my wrist and it wasn't treated now there is still swelling and pain, my knuckle on my little finger has distorted and move. Pain constant?

Bad move. All fractures must be evaluated, examined with xray, spinted or casted. I am not certain how you know it was fractured; howver, I am ceretain that you must be seen by an orthopedic expert- you have complications- call NOW !! Read more...
Need and exam. You have a serious condition that needs diagnosis and treatment that requires a visit to a physician and possible x-rays. Don't delay. Read more...