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I had a ankle injury but it doesn't pain even if i press it hard

hi, this is rajan . i had a ankle injury abt 6 months back ... i never got it checked by a doctor .. even though it looked pretty bad .. there were blood clot on both sides of the foot and it swelled from all sides .. till abot a week i couldn t walk at all.. after that i could walk a little .. now after 6 months its still not to good ... i feel a little of pain like feeling in the injured foot and i cannot run at all .. also on the outer up portion of the foot a bone seems to be a little out than the bone of the other foot .. but it doesn t pain even if i press it hard .. i would like to know if its just that ligaments need a little more to strengthen or there might be complication with the foot
Asked On : Tue, 17 Aug 2010
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hi rajan ;
please consult a ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON.bad ankle injury can be due to capsular/ ligament tear .It will require proper & slightly prolonged treatment;since you can't run better show it to some ortho ASAP.
Answered: Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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