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Excessive Bruising And Fatigue
Cold chills, night sweats, breast fibroadenomas, sore breast, hair loss, excessive bruising, fatigue, what type of test should I be asking for.
H/P, labs: See your doctor and report these symptoms. He/she will probably start with a thorough history and physical and probably some basic lab work. ...Read more
Not sure what to do, I've got serious fatigue and the past few days I've completely lost my appetite, and I'm bruising so easily! What's wrong with me?
Be seen: Based on your symptoms, you need to be seen now for an assessment and blood work. All the best. ...Read more
Maybe what you take: Bruising of the skin has many causes. Medications such as aspirin, Coumadin (warfarin) or Plavix can. Supplements like vit e, fish oil and ginko may do it. Alcohol intake thins the blood. Simple aging skin becomes thinner and more prone to bruising, especially in women. However, if the cause is not obvious, it is extremely important to see your internist for a complete check up! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unexplained Bruises: I recommend you see a doctor for an evaluation, including labs. ...Read more
My daughter has been itching for a few week . It has progressively gotten worse. She is 18. Where she scratches turns bruise . She is very fatigued ?
Needs to be seen: could be due to a medicine that she is on, or dry weather, keep her well hydrated, moisturize her skin in the interim, and keep her finger nails short, use over the counter anti-itch cream until seen, good luck ...Read more
I have high chance of leukemia on dads side, haven't been able to bruise till recently been waking with unexplained bruises and cuts and have fatigue?
I recently had a CBC w/ differential. Everything was normal except the monocyte % was 10.7. The % has been 9-10.7 for over a year. Currently having a lot of bruising, tiredness and general not feeling well. What could it all mean?
Increased : Increased bruising as you age can be a common problem. It is due to thinning skin and aging blood vessels and usually does not require treatment. Occasionally it can be a sign of an underlying disorder. Reasons to see your doctor are: - if you are not elderly - if your bruising seems to be worsening - if your bruises are large, painful, or seem to appear without cause - if you are bleeding from other areas such as your gums, nose, or gut - if you just started a new medication since many such as Plavix (clopidogrel) or Aspirin can increase bruising - if you have a fever and are feeling ill good luck! ...Read more
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