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Bluish bruise on right shoulder with purple splodge, chronic shoulder pain. Previous torn muscles. Leukemia?

hi, i have a bruise on my right shoulder that yesterday was just a standard blue, but today it has a purple splodge in it and is sore to touch. is this something i should be concerned about? i have chronic shoulder pain and have torn muscles there before, so i assume it's that, but i am very worried about it being a sign of leukemia. i am generally quite well, but have never had a bruise like this before.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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ANY MEDICINE YOU ARE TAKING FOR SHOULDER AND TORN MUSCLES CAN DO THIS
LIKE PARACETAMOL ASPIRIN ANTIBIOTICS CALCUM AND VITAMINS
THESE ARE NOT SIGNS OF LEUKEMIA REST YOU CAN CONFIRM BY GETTING BLOOD TEST FOR TLC DLC AND PBF
YOU GET TO CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR TO REEVALUATE THE MEDICINES YOU ARE GETTING WHO CAN TALL YOU BETTER ABOUT YOUR CONDITION
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