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Having random blood blisters on hips, pain in legs. Is it signs of cancer?

Hello, I ahve been experiencing random blood blisters on my hips. Me and my family are concerned that I might have cancer . Due to blood blisters and have been experiencing pain in my legs. Though we are not sure what might be going on and I am trying to see my GD soon. But what are some of the signs of the different cancers that I might be worried about?
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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what is your age? blood blisters may be from some hematological disease. may occur due to some clotting factor deficiency. anyway blood cancer may also has similar signs. but not to be worried too much, because detailed history and clinical exam is mandatory. no of lesion, size, appearance,margin everything to be looked at. consult a hematologist probably a complete blood count to be done then if indicated other exam like bone marrow biopsy may necessary.
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