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bruise on top foot but no pain at all. what is this plzz help.

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Dr. Jovita Anyanwu
29 years experience Internal Medicine
Pressure or injury. : Some coagulopathies can lead easy bruising
Answered on Nov 25, 2017
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Dr. Adeshola Ezeokoli
19 years experience Internal Medicine
Clotting: It sounds like a bruise. If it does not go away, please see a doctor.
Answered on Nov 29, 2014
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Dr. Georgia Latham
34 years experience Family Medicine
Don't worry: Bruises are caused by blood vessels being broken and bleeding under skin surface. Bruises are most commonly caused by a blow or pressure, although they may occur spontaneously. There are a lot of blood vessels near the surface of the skin on the top of the foot, and these vessels could be broken by hitting the top of your foot against something without necessarily noticing it at the time.
Answered on Mar 3, 2018
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Get it checked : How did you injure it? If you are hurting you should probably get it checked .
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Bruised : Small bruise may be due to localized trauma. If there is no trauma then circulation has to be evaluated.
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Yes: If there was a hard impact, it is possible you could have fractured one of our metatarsals. See a doctor to get X Rays done
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Pretty likely.: You need to get it seen, asap to get it cleaned out, tetanus prophylaxis, xrayed to be sure of what is / is'nt broken. They can also take care of your ... Read More
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