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9 months pregnant, leg injury, painful, swelling, no blood clot, no fracture

am 9 months pregnant got accident on Wednesday as i was sitted in front of a car so the car hitted another vehicle where i was sitted and my left leg was stuck i could not move so i was helped out and rushed to hospital and an xray was done no,fructure no broken bone i was then given pain killers and a cream to apply then on friday my leg started to swell i observe it the sataurday still the same i went back and i was told to go for a droopler dvt but was told no blood clot am now wondering why am i still having pain swollen foot is there any test that i havent done please help
Asked On : Thu, 8 Mar 2012
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Welcome to HCM,

As there is no fracture,swelling may be due to hematoma in the leg or soft tissue injury after the accident.

Take complete rest.

Go for antibiotic and anti inflammatory medicines after consulting your Obst.

Go for Obst check up for any problem for fetus or impact on the uterus.

Ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 9 Mar 2012
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