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Broken toe, head injury above eye, lower back pain, soreness in right side on coughing. Treatment?

Hello, Three weeks ago I fell down a staircase and broke my toe in two places. I also split my head open above my right eye and pulled ligaments in m thumb . Yesterday my lower back, right side started to get sore and hurt when I coughed. The pain got worse and I couldn t sleep in bed so I slept in a armchair. It is very sore this morning. Have you any idea what it could be. Thank-you.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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HELO FRIEND,THANKS FOR QUERY. ASPER THE DETAIL GIVEN BY YOU, IT IS CLEAR THAT ALL THE SYMPTOMS ARE ACUTE IN NATURE AND RELATED TO TRAUMA. SO FIRST THING I WANT TO SUGGEST YOU IS 1)CONSULT TO ORTHOPEDICAN FOR PROPER WORK UP, 2)YOU MAY NEED SOME XRAY TO BE DONE. TILL THEN YOU CAN TAKE SOME ANALGESIC AND REST . LOWER BACK SYMPTOMS MAY BE DUE TO INJURY OF SPINE OR SOFT TISSE INJURY. SO PLEASE DO A VISIT TO ORTHOPEDICIAN. THANKS.
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