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Back of leg foot ( calf portion ) pain after hitting the hard surface

prpatpprpat Posts: 1
I have hit the hard surface accidentally and experiencing much pain in calf portion ( back of leg foot ) while walking. After a week, i have taken combiflam tablet and felt relief and was able to walk without pain for 1 day. After a day, again pain started while walking. What is the normal period for getting it cured completely ? Will it take more than 1 week or so ? Any suggestion on this ?

Have you seen a doctor?.... If it is an acute muscle problem, it could take as much as 3 weeks to heal.... But after 10 days and it is still hurting you should think about seeing your primary care doctor Ron DiLauro, Spine-Health System Moderator 06/30/15 15:46


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