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After working out, forearm is sore where I had broken ulna years ago? Can that be so?

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Dr. Kenneth Tepper
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Tendinitis

If the fracture completely healed and did not involve the elbow or wrist joint, it is unlikely related directly to the fracture.
More likely you have muscle soreness or tendinitis from working out. However, if the pain persists, have a physician evaluate.

In brief: Tendinitis

If the fracture completely healed and did not involve the elbow or wrist joint, it is unlikely related directly to the fracture.
More likely you have muscle soreness or tendinitis from working out. However, if the pain persists, have a physician evaluate.
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