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hit my shin and now it has a lump and is numb weeks later
A 20-year-old female asked:
I hit my shin super hard on a rail on a shopping cart four months ago, it bruised to be dark purple and after a month and a half it slowly went away. I still have numbness in the side and it’s tender. There’s a hard displaced lump on my upper shin?
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A 34-year-old female asked:
I hit my shin hard resulted in a small gash and huge bruise. Day 7 hurts only if touched(pain 10+ for 3 mins), still small lump, skin numb, walk fine.
A 18-year-old female asked:
I hit my shin on a chair at school and it hurt for a while then went numb now 32 and a half hours later its still numb. Whats wrong. Help me please!
A female asked:
I hit my shin with a stair on the pool and now i have a little lump that feels attached to the bone. it hurts when i press on it.
A 31-year-old female asked:
I hit my shin pretty hard, and now I have this sharp burning pain, its swollen and numb to the touch, i can't put any weight on it, what's wrong?
A 35-year-old female asked:
A couple months ago i slip on the stairs and hit my shin very hard it got bruise and swollen right I have a lump now that its kind of gettin biger?
A male asked:
I hit my shin (Tibia) 5 days ago, there is a lump on the bone with some bruising at the site, now there is bruising in my ankle could it be broken?
A female asked:
I took a kick to the shin in karate. Its bruised, and now there is a lump, kind of numb. Is that normal? It feel funny sometimes when i walk. (not painful, kind of tingly, almost like the lump is moving around. Sorry not sure how else to explain it...
A 51-year-old member asked:
I have a lump in my leg that is numb to touch but still has pain every now and then. What do you think could be the problem?
A 20-year-old male asked:
Hi! About two months ago I hit my shin very hard, since then I’ve noticed a small painless hard lump where the injury accured. Is this normal? Ta.
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