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Blood spots under the skin which come and go, mild diabetes and high BP, treatment options ?

Hi My symptoms: small red ( blood ) spots under skin . It dissapered for moment after being pressed. Feel some like needle pins all over skin but dont know if this tiny itch is connected with apperiance of red spots. About 50 spots, some of them bigger (pin head) others hardly visible. The itch stops in few seconds but it repeats in intervals of half hour, maybe one hour in completly different place of skin. Blood is OK, some light diabetes present and slightly high blood preasure. Thx 4 answer.
Asked On : Sat, 31 Mar 2012
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DEAR SIR/MADAM

SMALL RED BLOOD SPOTS UNDER SKIN ALSO CALLED PETICHIAL SPOTS MIGHT BE CAUSED DUE TO BLEEDING DISORDER, LOW PLATELET COUNTS, HIGH GRADE INFECTION AND ALSO HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. SINCE IT IS PRESENTED WITH ICHING, IT MIGHT BE ASSOCIATED WITH ALLERGIES.
SO THE FORMULA IS TO CONTROL BLOOD SUGARS WITH HYPERTENSION. DONT ALLOW THOSE SPOTS TO CATCH SECONDARY INFECTION..
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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