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Slight pain in left leg

I have been given an injection for tetanus and pain after I met with an accident. ..it has been 2 months till date..initially the portion on my waist were I was injected had swelled up and still I have slight pain that sweeps down my leg with no swelling...so please tell if it is a matter of concern... And what can I do for relief
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  The pain could be due to the injuries sustained during your accident also. We cannot tell if the pain is due to accident injury or the injection.  As of bow you can take tab. Lyser-D thrice a day after food for 3 days. If it still persists, consult a general physician in person for further evaluation and management.  Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Dr. B Rajashekar
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hello it is not a matter of concern bye
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Yes it is , apply Thrombofob gel twice daily on the spot. Also Cap Matilda Forte once daily after meals. Tab Zerodol-TH twice daily after meals. 5 days and follow up with me,
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Dr. V. Hari Prasad
General Physician 6 yrs exp Chennai
You met with an accident.it is difficult to tell your pain is because of accident or injection. You need certain investigations before coming to conclusion. Your treatment varies from physiotherapy,tablets to injections and rarely surgery
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for best results consult an arthopaedician.
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use helmet or seat belt while you driving.
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