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Bruises on inner thighs, diagnosed with anemia. On iron pills. Causes for symptoms?

I have been noticing several unexplained bruises on my inner thighs over the past couple weeks. This morning I woke up with 2 the size of a nickel on my right inner thigh and they hurt, unlike the other ones. I was diagnosed with anemia 4 weeks ago but have been faithful with my iron pill everyday. Could this be an side effect of the anemia or something else?
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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Thanks for your query

i can feel your concerns

spontaneous bruises are not the consequence of anaemia

usually they result either due to decrease platelet count or as a result of some clotting factor deficiency

i would like to know if you have any family history of bleeding disorder?

i recommend that you consult your doctor for proper clinical examination

have a routein complete blood count to verify platelet count and coagulation profile after consulting your doctor
wishing you speedy recovery

i am available for your help
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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