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Bruise on the thigh with soreness. What is causing it?

I have a straight line bruise on the back of my right thigh and it s soar and just came out of no where, I started to get this buring feeling and then a couple of hours later when I had my daughter check it there was the bruise there, 2 weeks ago I had the same kind of bruise on the inside of my right thigh can you please tell me what can be causing this thank u
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

The straight line bruise, have you examined it? It is supposed to be sour and burning because it is briuse and it is fresh. Don't worry.

In my opinion, it might have been caused by your toe or finger nails due to scratching while you were soundly asleep. Hppens all the time with all the people. Roughtnsess and dryness of skin induces scratching and people do scratch while they are asleep. Check your nails and clip it.

Hope you are satisfied with my answer.
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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