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Calf injury, large swelling, bruised lower leg, liquid inside lump. Treatment for lump and swelling?

Hi, my name is XXXXXXX and I got kicked on my left calve about two weeks ago... At first it was a goose egg shaped and then within a day or two my whole lower leg was bruised and swollen. I have had no problems walking standing bending. I have continued to excesise and play soccer. After two weeks the brusing and swelling is almost gone, but Thre is the initial gose egg that s still there it s gushy like if there s liquid in there. That was also the only area where there was no bruising.. It bothers me somewhat a little sensitive, should I be worried? Please help..
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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This swelling on your calf is most likely a collection of blood called as HEMATOMA and occurs due to the rupture of small capillaries after the injury.
Don't worry,it shall resolve of it's own in due course of time.
Answered: Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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