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Knots under skin in thighs and buttocks, poor blood circulation, red spots on chest, stomach. Causes for symptoms?

Hello. I had found a knot under the skin in my thigh and in buttock. The one in lower buttock feels sore to the touch. I have poor circulation knees down, sometimes arms, and feet . I also have little red dots around chest and stomach area. Doctor ran blood test and everything came out normal. What else could cause this? I m very concerned even though the test came back clear because all of these things just started within a yr and something has to be going on
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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welcome to healthcaremagic,
you need to get a doppler ultrasound done to see the flow of blood in the veins in your thigh downwards.
for the red dots on the chest and stomach we need to rule out blood disorders like angiomas, leukemias etc.
would suggest get reviewed by a physician for further investigation and treatment.
hope to have answered your query
Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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