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Hit by a ball, have bruise and pain in chest, unbearable pain moving left arm. Solution?

i was playing soft ball and i got hit with the ball that came out of the pitching machine and now i have a bruse that is a dark like kinda red but a little blue sort of and my left chest area hurts not alot like unbareable but a little bit when i move my left arm towards the middle of my body and a little when put pressure on it
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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its better u take x-ray first to rule out if there is any fracture.u have not mentioned wen u got hurt because the symptom and sign, since u got hurt needs to be correlated,so kindly mention duration.and for now, just to relieve pain u can start up with lyser D twice a day after food then Rablet 20 twice a day before food for 5 days.take rest without much of your hand movements.follow up after x-ray.
Answered: Fri, 3 May 2013
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