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How long does it take to heal a soft pelvic fracture?

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Dr. John Shim
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: 6-12 weeks

I am assuming you mean a small crack to the pelvic bones.
Nondisplaced, or minimally displaced pelvic fractures usually heal within 6-12 weeks. During that time, you should refrain from heavy lifting and stair climbing. But low impact exercises such as walking, or swimming should be encouraged as tolerated.

In brief: 6-12 weeks

I am assuming you mean a small crack to the pelvic bones.
Nondisplaced, or minimally displaced pelvic fractures usually heal within 6-12 weeks. During that time, you should refrain from heavy lifting and stair climbing. But low impact exercises such as walking, or swimming should be encouraged as tolerated.
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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: 8-12 weeks

Fracture of the pelvis heal fast.

In brief: 8-12 weeks

Fracture of the pelvis heal fast.
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