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Should the ER be visited for a bruise on the perineum?

I took a large step(2 stairs thinking it was 1)off a ladder at work. When I landed I had a tearing sensation in my perenium and a few seconds of pain. Been a few days now and has had a weird pressure sensation for a few days plus now a bruise has formed on the perenium. Is all good or should I get it looked at?
Fri, 24 Aug 2018
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Hello,

If you observe any edema, blood in urine or swelling around the perinium or urine leakmeans you may consult your doctor he will examine and treat you accordingly.

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