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Fall on the thigh, have a constant bruise with knot and swelling since then. Possibility of DVT or ossification?

Earlier today I fell very hard onto my inner thigh. As soon as I was able to catch my breath and stand back up, I noticed a soft ball sized bruise with a huge knot and considerable swelling . As well as a bruised and swelled ankle. It has been about 12 hours since the injury and the swelling and bruising has been constant. I am unable to put weight on my leg and have it lightly wrapped with ace bandage . I am concerned about the possibility of having DVT or ossification?? Do I need Togo to the doc or chiropractor?? I also have considerable pain....
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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thanks for the query.
bruise usually takes 2-3 days to fade than disappear. it could be sprain in your ankle limiting you from taking weight apply ice, bandage, raise your foot if possible do ankle toe movment. just after ice 10 mins use painkiller gel or spray.3 times in a day

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Dr vinita

Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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