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Soreness in the shin after being hit. No discoloration. Need to go to doctor?

Hi, I hit my shin pretty hard and I m wondering if I should see a doctor. After the hit I immediately felt pain and literally watched it swell up. I have place a cold cloth over it to keep the swelling down and did notice a difference. When I touch directly on the area there is soreness but nothing major and there is no pain or soreness when I.touch around the area. There was no discoloration of the area either. Everything seems to be ok but I just want to make sure.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Hello Dear
As per your query it seem everything fine. But keep the part elevated, Wear a elastic bandage on it and take some anti-inflammatory drugs.
If your pain or swelling persist, any discoloration of the part or you have fever, than you must visit your doctor. Otherwise above said precautions will help you in healing the injury.
Hope you got your answer.
Best Wishes
Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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