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Tummy tuck led to a bruise on thigh extending up to groin. Now?

I recently had a cosmetic procedure (a tummy tuck). About 3 days after the surgery, when I was able to look in a full length mirror, I noticed a bruise on the outside of my upper left thigh and another one on the left side of my stomach extending now into my upper groin area. What could be some of the causes for these unexplained bruises?
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response

You had liposuction to reduce fat from trunk...

You developed bruise after 3 days.

It is large ecchymoses. There is blood leaked from capillaries in the skin.

I feel, it might be due to some medicines or pos procedural complication.

You consult your doctor , who did this procedure. And have guidance for the occur acne of the ecchymoses. Ask him, is it due to drug or comlication.

Or some other cause?

Thrombophob oint application will clear the lesion in few days.

Take vitamin C and K for few weeks.

Do not worry, it is a simple skin condition.

I hope you got my answer.


Dr. Ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Wed, 11 Sep 2013
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