By b/b toes, I assume you mean black/blue. In geriatric parlance, we use b/b to indicate bowel/bladder. In any case, what's your question regarding the big lump and b/b toes?
The lack of grammar & punctuation makes it a bit difficult for me to understand your situation. I assume by "left leg" that you're describing where you you got kicked, not which leg the horse used to kick you. So let's say you got kicked in the left leg close to your knee. Is that where you got the big lump? Or is the big lump closer to your b/b toes? In your other post (there can't be that many Thomases who post questions on the same site about being kicked by horses in the left leg, right?), you mention that your foot got swollen but you don't mention it here. It's not clear to me why getting kicked close to your knee would cause your toes to turn b/b and cause swelling in your foot.
Regardless of grammar & punction, if the pain is such that you can't walk or bear weight, then you need a medical evaluation. If the swelling doesn't go away, then you need a medical evaluation. If you can't move your toes, ankle, knee, etc, then you need a medical evaluation. If your leg and/or foot feel numb & tingly, then you need a medical evaluation.
You're the best judge as to what's going on and how much you can tolerate. I would never advise against seeking medical evaluation since I can't examine you. Good luck!
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