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Painful bruise on arm, greenish yellow in colour, from armpit to elbow, spread to wrist, red mark parallel to bruise. Treatment?

A week ago when my little daughter climbed up onto my lap I suddenly realised my arm feld very painfully bruised, although I hadn t done anything to hurt it. On inspection, there was no apparent bruising, but the next day there was a light greenish-yellowish bruise going down from my armpit to my elbow . The next day the bruise had spread down to my wrist . The following day there was a red mark parallel to the 1 inch wide bruise, which also turned greenish-yellow the next day. The bruising is very painful, and am finding it painful to use my arm.
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. The problem appears to be filarial infection or some thing related to veins. For confermation of the diagnosis
i advise you to consult a doctor. There may be no relation to the babys play. only chance is there might be a scratch of the nail of the
baby. which get infected and resulted in infection. Dont worry you will be fine with proper treatment.
Answered: Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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