I have a large pattern of ecchymosis on the back of both of my thighs. It literally goes from ... knee nor does it go up to where my underwear lays. it is purple and bluish in nature but is not painful ...
After a fall three weeks ago my leg was black and blue and somewhat swollen. The ecchymosis and general swelling have faded but there is a hard tender lump in one area which I assume is a solidified ...
2 year old boy has a swollen belly button , theirs a red ring about 1.5 in around it , and then closer inward it looks more purple. the belly botton is swollen shut . he also had little red-purple spot ...
On my stomach below my belly button but to the side slightly I have a lump that is angry looking but doesn t hurt or itch for a week now it s very reddish purple the size of a quarter. It burst tonight ...
Hi, I got my belly button pierced about 4 months ago, and it has become infected ! The infection Is reddish, purple and is a ball type shape. It hurts to touch and has been there for about a month. I have ...
Hello, Recently I have started to notice a small red/purple line(appears to be almost like a stretch mark) on the side of my belly button, After a few days now I am starting to experience discomfort ...
I have a dark purple spot on both sides on the bridge of my nose near my eyes and it is slowly spreading to underneith my eyes, it has only been like this today
The purple dark depot under the eye is probably a spot of ecchymosis resulting in collection of blood under the layers of skin.
It usually follows injury or bruise and will generally resolve over 1-2 weeks.
Applying cold compression is helpful.
Hence I advice you to consult your doctor for examination and confirmation of diagnosis.
I got hit in the leg with a softball yesterday but my leg is covered in red blotches is this just normal or should i see a doctor?
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It is due to ecchymosis which will subside on its own.
What causes a black eye without trauma? Last night before I went to bed I noticed a "bruise" between my eye and eybrow. There is no pain.
This is ecchymosis.
You should check your blood count and coagulation parameters.
If they are normal, auto erythrocytic purpura is likely.