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Leg injury. Swelling, pain, cramps. Bone out of place?

While playing tennis i went for the ball and my right foot turned on its side (causing it to be perpendicular to the ground instead of flat parallel) i feel like a bone may be out of place but im not sure. The side it turned on is definitely swollen and i can barely walk from the pain. I can not tell if its turning black or not but as time goes by the pain and swelling is increasing. It now feels as if i also have a cramp going through the middle of my foot horizontally from where i can feel the possible out of place bone.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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You are likely to injure Right Foot .. As the Swelling Increasing day by day I advice you to get a Xray Right foot to assure you that you are free from fracture .
Treatment includes
Cleansing affected region with Hot Water
Tight Splint in affected foot
Immobilse the foot to prevent pain recurrence

I Hope I Provided Useful Information. Do ask Furthur Questions to help You get well soon.
Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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