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Had twisted ankle. Swollen, bruising, pain on walking. Speed healing?

I twisted my ankle on Wednesday playing baseball running to first base. After that my ankle swelled up badly and today is Monday, almost a week and its still a bit swollen but nothing compared to before, I limp when i try walking with a little pain and its bruising up. How may I speed up the healing and play baseball again?
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, Right now you should immobilized your leg, x-ray is require, it can be said that soft tissue inflammation is there but still any fracture part to bone sructure, should be ruled out, till then do not try to walk or put a weight on it. it may worsen the injury, keep the leg elevated, have anti-inflammatory drug, it may take a couple of week to heal without fracture & if fracture is there then it could take 3 to 4 weeks ( Depend upon the nature of fracture, & procedure applied ) till then take good care of your ankle, Good Day
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