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Consistent black bruise on spine that aches on touching, severe back pains. Reason?

Hi, so I have this bruise on my spine that won t go away. When I was about 11 or 12 I hit it really hard on a slide and at first it hurt really bad but the pain then went away. I then noticed I had a really angry looking bruise that ached when I touched it. I thought it was normal but as the years have gone by the bruise remains. I am now 15 and the bruise is still there. At first it was all sorts of colors from green, red, purple, and even a bit of black. Now it is just black. I also have a bit of back pains such as if I stand straight for too long my back begains to feel tired and ache. What exactly can this mean?
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
hese are allergic reactions
you might be allergic to some drug or food
the skin allergies are of many types
there are fixed site allergies which occur at same site whenever the allergen is exposed so the sme point reacts
normally happen in drug allergy as fixed drug eruptions are the names
pain killers can also cause
get diagnsis n this base try to find cause and treat
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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