Yes. The bulk of the swelling will decrease in the first 3 months. The remainder will dwindle down in the course of a year. Try to be a little patient as this is always frustrating. If the swelling is getting worse or increasing, see your doctor for follow up x-rays and possibly an mri.
Plausible, . How did you injure it? What treatment have you had. I know i answered this question earlier but since it popped up again, i would add physical therapy to my earlier answer.
I have a misdiagnosed fracture for sprained ankle on my cuboid bone for 2.5 months. It's 3.5 months & My foot start to get swollen much more. Why?
Delayed Union. Many cuboid fractures are not initially seen on plain x-rays and their diagnosis can be delayed. Would recommend getting rechecked to evaluate healing (CT, MRI, and/or xray may be necessary). Also, would get your vit D level checked. Though rare with a cuboid fracture, swelling may also be a sign of a DVT. Get checked out. Good luck. Read more...