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Knee injury, no swelling or bruising, pain on bending, nausea. Cure for pain?

Hi, I slipped or missed a step today as I was going up some stairs and as a result I fell forward and bashed my right knee on the stairs which had a metal edge. There s no obvious swelling or bruising around the area but it has been painful ever since it happened and feels like there s more pressure on that leg now compared to my left leg. It can bear weight but only slightly. It s painful when I bend and when I try to straighten it. There s a certain area that when I push down slightly is ever so painful. I also feel sick.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Hello ,

Read Ur query.

You might have injury to Right knee which is continuously painful means something wrong.

So take advice of nearby Orthopedics for Ur injury.

No swelling/Bruise but Some part of Pain occurring during movement.

ask Orthopedics for X-ray to rule out any minor crack.

Otherwise take Pain killer Medicine & wait to heal by naturally.

In My opinion consult Orthopedics.

Take care. Get well soon.
Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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