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High lump on the upper part of leg, pain radiating up to neck. Taken Tylenol. Is it sufficient?

I was test driving a bicycle and I grabbed the left hand brake instead of the handle as I was making a left turn. I immediately hit the pavement in the parking lot. I have a high lump on the upper part of my leg. I can't bend over or sit down without pain. It radiates up my left side and neck. I didn't hit my head but rested for the past two hours. I have applied a cold compress and just now have taken Tylenol as I'm in pain.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Thank you for the query.
-First thing you need to do is you have to take an X-Ray as there is lump and restriction of movement with severe pain.As there may be chance of fracture and as you described it is on upper part of your leg.Which is associated with femor fracture in which there will be more blood loss so immediate consultation is required.
-And coming about the pain,as you said it is radiating as you are having severe pain the pain may radiate associated with your posture.
-So just follow my instructions as only taking tylenol may reduce your pain for some time but it wont eliminate it without proper treatment.
-Take tab.erodol if there is more pain and go consult gp.
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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