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Blood Bruises On Arm
It called a hematoma: Its called a hematoma where blood has leaked into the tissues. It should resolve with time. ...Read more
Bruise: The blood vessel is punctured when blood is withdrawn during a blood test. If the vessel is not compressed long enough, blood will leak out of the vessel giving a bruise. Holding direct pressure with a cotton ball for 10 or 15 minutes is usually enough. However if a person is on platlet inhibitors such as asprin longer might be necessary. ...Read more
They drew my blood from my arm now it's red where she did and all around it with a bruise it this normal?
Yes: Sometimes the blood leaks from the vein into the surrounding tissues and causes the bruise. ...Read more
Normal: Some of the blood drawn during the needle stick leaked inside your skin, its ok and it happens, unless there is a hard lump or extreme pain then you should be ok, it will disappear just like any other bruise. ...Read more
See below: A doctor would need to examine these spots on your arm to answer your question. ...Read more
Several: weeks to completely heal.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had blood drawn from my arm and now my arm and elbow is bruised and discolored. Should i be alarmed?
Depends: After a blood draw, if there is slight bleeding underneath the skin, this creates the bruise. If enough pressure is placed after a blood draw, there should not be much bruising. If it is a small bruise, there should be no reason for alarm. It usually resolves within a week. If the bruise is large (extends farther from the are of the blood draw) and causes pain, seek medical attention. ...Read more
I had blood drawn from my arm and now my arm and elbow is bruised and discolored.. Should I be alarmed?
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