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I am 80. have many as shown in pictue except more dark purple color and some are much larger. actually have some areas with clusters of larger ones. ?
X-ray: Would be a good start. Most often that will make the diagnosis. ...Read more
Circulation: Are the changes only in the nipples? Is there any bleeding? Is it both sides? Can be certain why they turn purple - is it temperature related - only the cold. Unless you voted in iraq a blue finger can be circulation related. People can have raynaud's where their fingers, toes, etc turn white in the cold but you are just seeing circualtion changes. Do the nipples feel cold when turn purple. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I donate plasma it goes into the bottle and is a light green/purple color is there a reason why?
Donating Plasma: When they take your blood it is whole blood from the venous side of the body. It is deoxygenated blood, meaning the oxygen has been taken out of it by the organs of the body and it is on its way back to the heart. Arterial blood is the red blood we are used to seeing on TV and in the movies. ...Read more
I know, this is personal, but i'm very aroused right now and my clit looks like a kind of blue and purple color. Is this normal when horny?
Yes.: Sounds like things are working properly.Get a more detailed answer ›
Two days ago I got sunburned. some areas are starting to itch and peel and other areas still very painful and almost purple. Why the purple color?
High blood flow: Skin injury [burn] results in enhanced blood flow as part of the repair process. Larger blood flow = red, then purple color. ...Read more
Theres an upraised bump on my back, it's round and has turned to a dark purple color. It has appeared in the same spot and disappears. what is it?
Circulation problems: These symptoms could be related to poor circulation. Old age, history of smoking, history of vascular problems, high blood pressure and cholesterol could be contributing factors. Patients often have cold feet, they could have pain too. He should see a doctor for evaluation as these may progress to more serious vascular problems if left untreated. Good luck! ...Read more