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A scalp hematoma is a condition in which there has been bleeding between the scalp and the skull, and the blood is trapped under the scalp, forming a blood-filled bulge. Scalp hematomas usually resolve without treatment. They are more common in babies who needed vacuum-assisted deliveries, because vacuum on a baby's scalp can cause ...Read more
My usual normal BP is now 150/80 could be affected by knee hematoma?Could some blood have broken free.
Most likely: Increased BP a result of discomfort ; pain. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with knee hematoma, aspiration was done 4times .Bandaging and comlete rest was advised.1 month have passed, now I have folding problem.
I have a severe knee hematoma from a kayak crashing on knee 2 weeks ago.. It was size of cantoloupe. Some blood was drained. Large n painful still.
See a doctor: If you have had a knee trauma and it is still swollen and sore you should have plain films and an MRI to rule out a serious injury such as a fracture or internal derangement of the knee like a ligament or meniscus tear. If you have had it drained and it is still not right, you need to go back for re-evaluation. ...Read more
Knee hematoma month ago. Tiny mark and bump still. Stings a bit. Seems like BP higher since happened.?? Could I have clot somewhere and wld that raise
Fell 10 days ago and knee hematoma. Still some swelling. Is it dangerous to car travel for hours? Could i get blood clot? Maybe wrap it in ACE bdg?
Ice ; elevate: If the hematoma is resolving should not be a problem traveling. You should take breaks when you can to move your knee and icing can still be helpful. ...Read more
REST: Apply ice try and rest, it will take a little time for the bruised bone to improve. Hematoma may have to be drained. ...Read more
I have severe knee hematoma from kayak accident. Xray and mri, negative. Some blood drained. Doc says months for normalcy. Speed recovery tips?
Severe knee hematoma in knee from accdnt 2 weeks ago. Mri and xray neg. Doc - mnths for normal. Speed recovery tips? Heat, anti-inflam, elev what else?
Compression : If you are icing, elevating, taking anti-inflammatories and it is taking a while for the hematoma to go away it means that you are not getting good circulation to the area. One way to improve this is to use a compression wrap or stocking on and off. When you compress the area it will help the fluid go away. When you take it off cells will circulate to help remove the excess fluid. ...Read more