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Pain caused due to cut on knee - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Hi, 2weeks ago i drove my left knee into teh ground (slipped on ice). It was bruised and slightly cut but it didn't restrict my movement
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User :   Now, when ever i bump into something on the outside of my knee, an acute pain follows
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did u get xray done after u hurt or consulted any physician?
Doctor :   anytime
User :   no i didn't, ive done this before (snowboading) and it didn't cause any problems like this

Doctor :   u need to get an xray done
User :   but now im starting to wonder
Doctor :   and consult the physician
Doctor :   yes u need to
User :   do you know what might be the problem? cracked knee cap or a chipped knee maybe?
Doctor :   iam not aware of the force with which u hit the ice and also since i cannot clinically examine you
Doctor :   iam suggesting u to consult a physician
Doctor :   u need to get any xray done
Doctor :   to see if any fracture is there
Doctor :   are you there

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