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Bruises that start with redness and turn blue, swollen knees and face, leg pain, breathing difficulty, normal blood tests. What is the cause?

My son haves theses bruises (not round mostly vertical and horizental ) they star blue red and then they turn brown in a few days he started to have his knees swollen and feeling pain in legs and tonight his face started to get swollen and couldn t breath from his nose the doctor said it was propably an allergy of some sort or sinus(without touching his face) he had bloodwork done and bloodwork shows everything is fine
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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THSE ARE ALLERGIES BOTH SYSTEMS SKIN ND NOSE
OU HAVENOT WRITTEN AGE OF YOUR SON SO DIFFICUT TO ASSESS
HE ALLERGY CAN BE DUE TO SOAPS SHAMPOO OILS COOKING OILS
AND BODY APPLICATION MATERIALS
ANY DRUG OR ANY FOOD OR CLOTHES YOU NEED TO GO FOR ALLERGY TESTS TO FIND OUT CAUSE
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