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Hit on back, back turns red at kidney level, hot to touch, neck pain, urinated once in six hour

My two year old daughter stepped out in front of another child on a swing that was swining really fast and high. Her back was facing the other child and was thrown pretty far. Her back is starting to turn red at kidney level and is hot to touch and is complaining of neck pain . She had urinated only once since the incident approximately six hours ago.
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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Hello. Welcome to HCm.
Brusing at the renal level could be a superficial or deep hematoma, involving kidney. You have to take her emergent to the ultrasonologist and check out the same.. meanwhile, it is best to encourage her to urinate . You can try lifting her upto the basin and opening the water tap. Sometimes, children will urinate with that. But even with that investigation, followed by cold compress if hematoma is superficial is important
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Answered: Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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