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Broken Capillaries On Kids Breast
Bruises: Broken capillaries do heal on their own over time. Also A bruise is the result of broken blood vessels under the skin due to trauma - the discoloration seen is due to the blood that has been leaked by the damaged vessels. The bruise changes color as the blood under the bruise slowly get broken down and reabsorbed. ...Read more
Smacked bridge of nose 2 months ago (not broken), injury left small lumps in skin, can break them up with message but they reform. What are these?
Lipomas?: I am not sure of the actual name for these, but when you hit your nose you crushed the fat layer under the skin. It responds by scarring just like the skin itself does. When that happens under the skin you get these firm little nodules. They won't hurt you. Sometimes they will go away by themselves. Try to leave them alone if you can cause you may be aggregating them with the massage. ...Read more
Rabies: Any warm-blooded animal, including humans, may become infected with the rabies virus. Birds have only been known to be infected in experiments. Infected bats, monkeys, racoons, foxes, skunks, cattle, wolves, coyotes, dogs, mongooses or cats are the most common transmitters to humans. You will not get rabies from this goose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughters arm bruised pretty bad from donating plasma. Tech missed vein and injected saline into her muscle tissue. I'm worried about bruising?
Lumps on my face. On both cheek bones and between my eyes. They weep clear, yellow leave a hard to heal lesion. The skin around has adeama? Dr'ed out!
10y old gymnast. On her left hand, the three knuckles and the area under them are purple. There is a tender spot. Is it fracture or stress fracture?
Need X-Ray Vision: Could be either or something else. To be sure, the hand should be examined in-person and a decision made as to what to do , especially at this age. Would be important to know the exact circumstances of the injury, if any, or if it was from repetitive activities. The fact that the area is tender and purple places it in a suspicious category. next ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 2 year old has a scar under her eye not the big and 2 milia spots, will the scar fade more over time and the milia spots go away on their own? :-(
Milia and scars: The milia will most likely go away on their own. If they don't there are things your pediatrician can offer when she's older to help them resolve. The scar's appearance will depend on how it's cared for. Protect it from sun exposure by using a good sunscreen on her face any time she's going to be outdoors - it's always going to be there, but perhaps much less noticeable. ...Read more
Tattoo, most of it on wrist tendon 2 inches from hand. Redness all the way up onto hand (24 hrs), but not below tat. Vomiting and fever - related?
See md NOW: If related, can be due to SERIOUS infection. Go NOW to get seen by MD or ER ...Read more
Not likely: Biting the cheeks from inside would not necessarily cause bruising that you can see on the outside. I would look for some other source of the bruising. ...Read more
1M old crushed index finger on door. Xray has no brokenbone. Swelling and bluish bruise in the middle bone of her finge. Any topical cream available?
No it wiil not help: You have a bluish bruise which is due to the bleeding under the skin and it will get better by itself as the bleeding is limited to under the skin Cream will only help if there was a break in the skin.As long as there is no break in the skin no cream is needed Ice pack locally may help for first 12 hours ...Read more
See a doctor: I recommend a pediatrician or dermatologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
I've heard rabies virus can pass through broken skin.. Does cracks under my feet count under broken skin?
Remote possibility: Only if your feet were licked by a rabid animal. ...Read more
Is it possible for a 2 year old child to cause bruising to their own face. finger sized in a circle shape matching on both cheeks from biting h on the?
Biting what??: It is quite common to get circular bruising marks from suction with a object like a bottle top or cup, etc. but it would be difficult for a 2 year old to cause bruising on their face by biting them selves. Bites by other children are common at this age, and usually will show the individual teeth marks. ...Read more
Lump under skin on wrist thumb side purple over veins on wrist and down thumb was this a clot took an aspirin lump went down but left large bruise
Grade 1 kid fell on the ground and had a small T13 bone fracture on her spine. Can she still swim competitively in breaststroke, freestyle, backstoke?
Normal.: The prominence of veins through the skin is affected by many factors including levels of hydration and dehydration, body temperature as well as outside temperature, medications and even levels of stress. Fair skinned people tend to have more easily visible veins than darker individuals and hereditary plays a strong role also. In a healthy person, visible veins are usually not of any concern. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How is the average 14 year old breast, nipple & areola suppose to look like? My daughter has small breast, they are getting darker & nipple longer.
Wait: You are 20 years old with a 14 year old daughter------wow! give them time to grow. ...Read more
Marfan syndrom?skinny 184 CM and 59 Kg , little bit of scoliosis and chest bone sticks out little bit but not so noticeable , small wrists and bones
See MD: Those can be some of the signs of Marfan syndrome, but can be seen in normal people & in other syndromes. Typically, but not always, a parent has it as well. I'd discuss it with your physician if you are concerned. He may want to check your heart & eyes for abnormalities, Genetic testing can be done as well ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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