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Bruise

Also called: Ecchymosis

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I'm sorry you're going through this. It sounds rather mysterious.I would suggest you see your primary care provider for an evaluation. Since...
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Hi If it was a real good bang then yes it does take time, this is not a good area to get bruises, not a lot of flesh, have you been icing it, try...
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Hi I do think you may be best severed by seeing either your doctor or a uro, sounds like you have some damage, and its something you don't want...
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Blood clot
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You have pulled them or stretched the ribs a little too much. Having pulled the tissue between the ribs apart to the point that they feel fractured...
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Hi The only way your find if it broken is to get to your ER ASAP.Good Luck
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A two week old injury continuing to manifest symptoms of tissue warmness, reddening, pain, swelling and bruising requires...
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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It is highly possible that you re-damaged your ankle. Ligaments attach bone to bone. In the case of the ankle, ligaments attach the hinge type joint...
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It would be very, very difficult to determine the nature of a skin lesion without seeing it first-hand. You may be describing a "halo...
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The tissue is the issue.
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Hi Look as this is a touchy feely thing, there is not a lot we can do from here, so its either your ER or get to your doctor, and take it from there...
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Go to your general doctor if you don't have one go to a walk in clinic like that is open even on weekends. If that's not optional go to the E...
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it could be fractured or broken go to the doctor to treat it
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If you haven't recently injured your hand in that area, you may have arthritis. My fingers do that to and I have Osteoarthritis which most people...
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