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Haematoma on cheek, hard lump, discoloration. Using a warm pad, taking ibuprofen. Suggestions?

Hi I had a fall about a month ago and have a haematoma left on my cheek. It is slightly discoloured and a hard lump it is causing me great distress I cannot get rid of it and see it going for the foreseeable future just hard lump i have been putting a warm pad on it every night and taking ibrufen. I have had to miss a wedding this week end because my husband is embarrassed to take me out what can i do i cannot live like this
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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Hi Sally,

I understand your concern.

In my suggestion, you need to get the affected part X-rayed and look for underlying pathology.

A hematoma occurring after an injury or fall does not last this longer. There might be some other secondary pathology underneath.

Please get it x-rayed and examined by your doctor again.

Also, take effective anti-inflammatory drugs like Chlorzoxazone and Diclofenac combination along with Chymoral forte for faster healing.

I wish you quick recovery.

Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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