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Itchy black bruise on inner thigh. Is this due to poor circulation?

HI I HAVE JUST STARTED A NEW JOB WHICH INBOLVES STANDING FOR 8 HRS A DAY. WITH ONLY HALF AN HRS BREAK. iM5FT3, WEIGHT 9.5 ST. FAIRLY FIT BUT DO SMOKE 10 A DAY. I FELT AS IF I HAD BEEN BITTEN ON MY INNER THIGH. THEN A COUPLE HRS LATER THE OTHER LEG THE SAME place and same feeling. when undressing i found i had two large black bruises where the itching had occured. is this poor circulation? obviously concerned its not dvt .
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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Hi...dear feathers..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Large Bruises inner thighs of both legs..,
usually due to friction of both thighs..,
So use Fusidic acid and Betamethasone cream on affected area..,
Tab Doxycycline 100 mg daily afternoon..,
Wash that area with Antibacterial soap..,
Always keep clean and dry the area..,
Dusting the area with candid dusting powder..,
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Answered: Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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