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Well, a hematoma often takes some time to reabsorb, and certainly, since it has only been a short time, it will still be causing symptoms.
The hematoma should slowly get smaller and smaller, and your symptoms slowly improve.
The fact you are not having shooting pains, or weakness means that major nerves are not being compressed, which is good.
Some people may have this for a couple of months -- and in a small amount of people, the hematoma may calcify, leaving a bump in the thigh.