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Pain in the feet after falling from staircase, radiating to knee, no swelling. Should I see a doctor?

hi i fell about 7 feet from a staircase and landed on feet but the left one really hurts on the bottom. not sure cause I m not exactly sure how i landed. maybe on the outsider toes cause thats where the pain comes from and even runs up my leg to my knee . i am able to walk on it and have been icing it all day. should i get seen by a doctor i don t have any bruising or swelling just pain when i put pressure on it
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Thanks for writing
After going through your description my advice would be keep on doing the Ice fomentation,limb elevation,rest and compression bandage.Take medicine Ibuprofen and trypsin/chymotrypsin to reduce pain and swelling.Having said that it's better to take x ray because hair line fracture may be there.
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