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Are Bruises Dangerous
It isn't that : Uncommon to have bruising around a spider bit. In ; of it's self it is not of great concern. Seek medical care asap if you think a spider bit you ; you have severe pain (can be felt at bite site ; possibly chest, back or abdomen); abdominal cramping /rigidness or ulceration of skin at site. You may need a tetanus shot (if you don't know when your last shot was or it has been > 10 years). ...Read more
Are these bruises dangerous in any way? I too have many large unexplained bruises and am on apo-escitalopram and .25mg of clonazepam.
Unexplained bruises: need to be examined by your doctor. Your blood MAY be too thin or it may be in response to a medication. The whole picture needs to be looked at. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I dropped the edge of my iPad directly over my heart while holding it laying down. Could this be dangerous? Cause bruised heart etc? I'm a bit worried
I have never seen: Nor heard of bruising of the cervix. If you are having pain with intercourse you may wanna get checked. Painful intercourse, or pelvic pain in general can be caused from many things but the cervix can withstand a high degree of trauma. Babies come through there. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A mosquito bited me a couple houres ago , it got swollen and purple. Is that dangerous ? Because i'm afraid of the purple bruise
My son age 10 has a bruise that is hard and small like a marble on his butt. He believes its from a fall-6 months ago. Is this dangerous?
Plan. : I can not tell you exactly how dangerous is it. But can help yourself : put the ice on swollen and bruised area for few hours. Check your movements: fingers, hand and forearm, shoulders. If it very painful you may be need XRay. Urgent care clinic and ER - your choice. If it will be worse tomorrow you need evaluation. ...Read more
I have spots in my hands, in my left even more like a bruise but painless. Is it dangerous? What is it?
Exam needed: Without examining you there is no way to make a diagnosis. See your physician or a dermatologist for evaluation and advice. ...Read more