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Having dark bruise on ankle and above foot. Feels uncomfortable. Bruise getting bigger. Concerned

i have a large dark bruise on the inside of my left ankle and a smaller one on the top of my foot . they just appeared yesterday with no pain but today my ankle is uncomfortable and the bruising has gotten a lot darker and bigger. years ago, i tore 3 ligiments in the same ankle. could that have anything to do with this?
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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it has no relation with the tore ligaments .
your bruise may be due to some injury or internal reason related to blood .
as you feel uncomfortable and it become bigger means it has some internal reason .
you required to some blood test and consult the doctor .
if you have fever ,body ache or other systemic symptoms than there is chance of viral infection .
i hope i answered your question .
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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