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Had stents in heart and groin, bruised, darkness near calf muscle, spreading. Worry?

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my father had 2 stents put in,(his heart hada block at 90 and 80)and was done through his groin just about 2 weeks ago. he was bruized with swelling (which is normal) the black around his bruising has been spreading.. was at his knee and now all the way down to the calf mussle. He is going to emerge tonight to get it checked, but i am so worried about it, what is this? and how come its spreading :(
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Cardiologist 's  Response
Dear Sir
Welcome to HC
I would like you to see your cardiologist on priority. Do not panic. It may be a normal phenomenon where already existing blood spreads through the tissue layers but it may be fresh bleeding, especially if the swelling at the site of puncture is increasing. If he looks pale too? if he has higher heart rates now? These indicate fresh bleed.
To clear the scenario, please get him examined by your cardiologist and proceed accordingly.
Sukhvinder singh
Answered: Sun, 19 May 2013
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