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Air Bubble In Blood
My friend has what looks like a air pocket under his tongue.. Like a swollen bubble... Just need to know what it may be and what it looks like a bubble that may have a little blood in it.. I really can not explain it to well..
I feel like air bubbles go through my veins at different points, is this high blood pressure or risk of a clot? Smoked 9 packs of cigs in 4 weeks.
Probably nothing bad: Small blood blisters can occur, often during sleep, when a person is sucking-in with the lips sealed causing a small area of tissue (mucosae) inside your cheeks to wedge-in between your teeth for an extended period of time resulting in some trauma and minor bleeding. Because it is rather superficial and the inside mucosae is thin, it pops easily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is a blood-filled "bubble"on my back which bleeds profusely when punctured, and has yet to shrink in size. It appeared quickly, is it harmful?
Not likely: Sounds like you have a blood filled blister and this is most probably the result of trauma. Your body has formed a natural band-aid and if you can, leave it alone for a few days. It will rupture on its own eventually. Try to prevent further trauma to the site; specifically try to prevent a lot of friction so that the skin can heal painlessly. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a large blood bubble sort of thing on the back of my head, I fell off a golf cart and it hurts but I don't know how to make it go down?
My hickey has not gone away for four months and if I rub on it with a spoon it makes the blood rise and turn bright red and looks like a bubble?
I've had urine that bubbles for the past month or 2. I've just had health ins. physical and all the blood work came out normal. should I pursue??
Urinalysis?: Urine that foams can be due to increased protein loss in the urine (proteinuria) and can be fine to kidney problems such as nephrotic syndrome. A simple urinalysis can check for this. If that was part of your physical, no worries. If it wasn't, ask your doc what he/she thinks. ...Read more