I am so sorry to hear about your stress fracture. I know how darn hard it is to stay down even when injured. My femoral neck stress fracture was
two maybe three years ago now.
Let me just say it takes a LOOOOONNNGG time to heal. I first began with 'active recovery' under the advisement of my sports doc. During that time I tried to swim and cycle. No go. After four months or so of monkey around with this he finally gave me a set of crutches and told me to take a rest on the couch. "You've obviously earned it." Nice. :sg: I used the crutches for about three months. At the end of that I did physical therapy and upper body lifting only. (I needed to do something to get back into the gym for my mental health) I think in total the healing process took about nine to ten months. It would not have taken quite as long if I would have been on the crutches from the very beginning and didn't try to find other ways to workout around my injury that involved the lower body.
The healing process was very slow and the pain lingered for a long time. Even after the MRI showed that the fracture had healed I would feel pain in that area when I would shift my weight from one hip to the other. I think it took several more months before that no longer occurred. If you rest, it will most likely heal.
It's just so darn hard to sit on the couch but you can do it. Trust me. It's worth it. I was one visit away from meeting my surgeon. I'm so grateful that I didn't have to go through that. Today I can do back squats, lunges, run, bike, etc without any pain in the hip. Now, the knees are another story.
Good luck tomorrow!
By the way, how do you think you injured it?