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Hit in the chest, have blacking out, muffled hearing, chest pain, sensitive skin. Is it alarming enough?

Hi, i got kicked in the chest by a horse yesterday. I did not have any problems breathing but it hurt fairly badly, i started blacking out, and had muffled hearing (all of which went away pretty quickly) today my chest hurts fairly badly, the skin in very sesitive, and i can feel the bruising coming. However i have a high pain tolerance and i am wondering if i should go to a doctor to make sure nothing is wrong or if i shouldnt worry about it??
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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HI
THANKS FOR YOUR QUERY
I THINK YOU SHOULD GO AND IMMEDIATELY CONSULT A DOCTOR NEARBY AND GET A XRAY CHEST DONE TO RULE OUT ANY FRACTURE ETC. WHICH MIGHT BE CAUSING THE CHEST PAIN,GET A COURSE OF ANTIBIOTICS ,ANALGESICS FOR BRUISES AND GET THE DRESSING DONE,ALSO REMEMBER TO GIVE THE HISTORY OF BLACKING OUT TO DOCTOR SO THAT HE CAN CONDUCT A THOROUGH EXAMINATION.

WISHING YOU A SPEEDY RECOVERY.
Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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