Unknown Bruise On Right Arm

Unknown Bruise On Right Arm Thrombocytopenia: This is a clotting disorder, which leads to low platelet count. A low platelet count ups the chances of unexplained bruising on arm. Thrombocytopenia often occurs secondary to certain other condition such as an immune disorder, pregnancy or leukemia. What Causes Unexplained Bruising On Arm? Thrombocytopenia: This is a … Read more

Getting Rid Of Bruises On Arm

Getting Rid Of Bruises On Arm How to get rid of bruises fast (overnight) Cold compress. Ice packs work best on bruises that are fresh. Warm compress. After the first 24 hours have passed, stop using ice packs and switch to warm compresses for the next one 24 hours, meaning up to 48 hours after … Read more

Easily Bruised Arms No Reason

Easily Bruised Arms No Reason Unexplained bruises that occur easily or for no apparent reason may indicate a bleeding disorder, especially if the bruising is accompanied by frequent nosebleeds or bleeding gums. See also Badly Bruised Arm After Fall What Causes Unexplained Bruising On Arm? Thrombocytopenia: This is a clotting disorder, which leads to low … Read more

Blood Marks Under Skin On Arms

Blood Marks Under Skin On Arms Proper rest is very important to get rid of these spots fast. If there is pain and swelling in the area, then application of ice pack can reduce both. Try to keep the injury site in an elevated position, above the level of heart, in order to bring down … Read more

Bruise On Forearm With Lump

Bruise On Forearm With Lump A lump under the skin on the forearm can be caused by an infection, tumor or injury. In most cases, such a lump will not be serious enough to call for medical treatment. Diagnosis is however very important for confirmation. Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is a common follicular disorder characterized by … Read more

Hit My Arm Now There Lump

Hit My Arm Now There Lump Hard, small bumps on the forearm are most commonly caused by skin conditions that form cysts, warts, or abscess. A hard, painful lump on the forearm can be caused by trauma from an injury, or even an insect bite. Other less common causes include fatty tissue growth that forms … Read more

Bruised Arm After Plasma Donation

Bruising On Arms You look down one day and notice some unexplained bruising on your arms. You vaguely remember bumping your arm, but it looks as if you had a major injury. What’s going on? It could be actinic purpura. Known as actinic, senile, or solar purpura, this condition leaves flat, dark splotches or bruises … Read more

Bruising After Plasma Donation

What Should I Eat Before And After Donating Plasma? Before you donate plasma Drink 6 to 8 cups of water or juice the day before and day of your donation. Eat a protein-rich, iron-rich meal no more than 3 hours before donating. Foods high in protein include: Beans Don’t eat fatty foods like french fries, … Read more

My Arm Feels Bruised But There No Bruise

My Arm Feels Bruised But There No Bruise If there are no skin changes consistent with a true bruise, then you may have developed either an injury of the bone (such as a stress fracture) or possibly a tendon or ligament problem. A deep muscle bruise can also sometimes not have any changes visible on … Read more

Spotted Bruising On Arm

Spotted Bruising On Arm Patients who experience bruising of the hands and arms due to actinic purpura are likely to continue to have them throughout their lifetime. In most cases, bruising that is characteristic of actinic purpura can be identified through a visual examination by a physician, which may include a physical examination. Why Do … Read more