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Muscle sprain, scraped leg - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions

User :   hello
User :   anyone here
Doctor :   Hi
User :   you a real person?
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
Doctor :  
User :   captia test then
User :   repeat this i am a real person yo
Doctor :  
oh god
User :   please iam just making sure
Doctor :  
Please proceed with your query
User :   hmm
User :   well
Doctor :  
i do have many others online
User :   one thing is its not about sex
User :   i scraped my leg skateboarding
User :   and hit it really hard
User :   and it was bleeding
User :   and not it scabbed up
User :   but it stings to the touch
User :   and this was 2 days ago
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Did you consult a doctor at that time?
User :   i think some AAAAAAA fuzz got caught in it too
User :   nope
User :   i kept skating >.>
User :   i put some stuff on it at night that burned like the devil
Doctor :  
Because if it was bleeding
User :   benzyol or something
Doctor :  
User :   and it smelled
User :   the benyzol
User :   oh and it kinda swollen
User :   forgot that part
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
If it was bleeding and swollen and painfull to walk

Doctor :  
It will be a muscle sprain
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