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A door fell on the side of my leg thigh

A door fell on the side of my leg thigh , I immediately ice it but it’s swollen and bruised up, I don’t think I broke any bones as I can walk and move around . It does hurta Lot ? I’m taking ibuprofen and have have leg raised up , what else do you recommend me doing ?
Sun, 7 Oct 2018
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