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Have Swelling and pain in right leg
On 2nd FEB I fallen down by bike.I had pain and swelling so i consult to doctor ,he had X Ray but X Ray was normal.He gave me some medicine ,I had after a week I again consult to doctor ,He said It will be fine you can go office.He gave me a band to fix on knee .I removed that two days back now I am feeling little pain and swelling is still there.Please consult me what should i do .
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You should consult a physiotherapist.. Ultrasonic therapy +IFT +Heating therapy +exercises will be helpful.
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Hello, it will be helpful to see your xrays and have a detailed discussion of your symptoms to give proper advice. Dr M Vashishtha FRCS, www.dr-mv.com
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Hello there,,,,it seems you had a blunt trauma to your knee. The dr must have prescribed you pain killers n antiinflammatory medicines...usually little bit pain is felt...however the pain should be bearable and swelling should be minimum.
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ice packs on the affected knee for 4 times a day...to reduce swelling and pain...and wear u r knee cap whwnever you are going to your office or commuting.
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if after 4 weeks swelling and pain is still there....take a second opinion from an orthopaedic surgeon or a musculoskeltal physio....MRI can be recommended that time after proper assessment. Regards & take care.
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