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Any fighters have tips on dealing with liver pain?

mgoose

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Might be a long shot, but I took a pretty solid knee to my liver while sparring tonight and it's been a few hours and it's still painful as hell.

Just looking for some at home treatment ideas, pain management, things that will help recovery. Hot/cold treatment? Things along those lines. I train again on Thursday and would like to help it's recovery as much as possible between now and then.
 

willpower

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Have your doctor look at that. You're in pain and it's an internal organ. That's bad.
 

awxg

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Getting hit in the liver is just as painful as getting hit in the jewels. You just have to suck it up.
 

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Originally Posted by awxg
Getting hit in the liver is just as painful as getting hit in the jewels. You just have to suck it up.


That is the worst advice ever.

If its been hurting for more than a few hours, definitely go see a doctor. Internal bleeding is not something u wanna mess around.
 

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Vodka...
 

Mblova

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get checked out asap. You would be how surprised important your liver is...
 

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