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Have bleeding in cheeks due to very dry skin. What could it be?

Hi dorian my left butt cheeks has sign of bleeding after suddenly realize by my girlfriend. There's no sign of a lump but theres deep bleeding and sign of dryness of the skin. (Very dry) . I do not feel any pain whatsoever even itchiness as well .. im truly worried what might it be, I can't find the correct explanation for it to be like that, no accidents , didn't scratch and etc. Thanks so much
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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You have developed a bruise over your skin due to injury,
A bruise develops due to internal tear in blood vessels and bleeding,,Just apply thrombophobe or hirudoid cream over the affected area..
Thrombophob ointment contains Heparin-Benzyl Nicotinate which improves the blood supply and prevents clots. so it will help in faster clearing of the clotted blood...And you can take oral vitamin C 500 mg twice a day orally for rapid healing..
Hope it helps
Dr Geetika Paul
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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