When we arrived at the second hospital, they asked me the same basic questions and then made us wait. They gave me this new medicine that was really strong and went through an IV to stop the pain and it helped so much. I was no longer screaming because my leg hurt so bad and i could actually sleep. After an hour or so they took me back to take new X-rays of my leg and ankle. Soon the doctor came back with the results. He said "I'm not sure how the other hospital missed it but you fractured both your tibia and fibula and fractured your growth plate". This means i broke both the bones in my shin and my growth plate which goes into my ankle.
They told me i needed to be put to sleep so they could put the bone back into place and cast it. Later that night they did just that. They took me to this surgery room and put me to sleep. I remember waking up in the middle of the procedure and yelling at the doctors because i did not want a full leg cast. The picture below is what it looked like.
I went home the next morning and I was feeling a lot better. My leg hurt a lot less and know longer felt drugged from the medicine. A week after I went to the hospital back to the doctor and they wrapped the cast in a color to tighten it. I got purple and 6 weeks after they at they took this cast off and gave me a short green one. Not being able to use your entire leg is hard and crutches get annoying. It takes a lot of effort and work to do anything and you need help with everything to. My leg also lost all its muscle and I had to go to physical therapy to help it which made the recovery process even longer. Eventually though my leg completely healed and i started playing sports and doing everything i wanted to again.