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Purple Patches On Skin
My sister started bleeding from gums and got purple, brown patches on her skin and her platelets count is also reduced. What is the disease and cure?
See physician ASAP : It could be bleeding disorder thrombocytopenia, or another problem with coagulation or excessive bleeding. Causes could be leukemia, immune disorder, or side effect of medications, amongst others. The underlying disorder needs to be found- some patients need medications, modification of dietary intake, transfusions or surgery. She needs to be under care of physician- internal bleeding can occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, i have noticed patch of purple skin around my anus. It has well defined edge and it doesn't itch just looks odd. What could be the cause?
I have a rash-type patch of skin near the groin area and I don't know what it is. It doesn't itch, and is rough and dry. It is brown/purple-ish?
I have a purple & white patch near where a bartholin's cyst would be - it's hard (like an infected gland) but there is also a clear topical skin patch?
See an OB: You need an exam and a pair of real OB eyes to sort out this problem, hard to diagnose this by virtual consultation. See an OB and get some good advice and treatment... ...Read more
Legs turn purple with white internal blotches and red raised patches on skin when standing for even short period of time (5 min)?
Need more informatio: May be related to the fact you're standing in the blood is pooling, but with the presence of patches of red and raised there are other things we think of. We see this sometimes and people who have elevated immuno globulins call hyperglobulinemia Purpura. You need to discuss with your physician whether it's something as simple as blood pooling or the elevated globulins or something else ...Read more
I have recently gotten skin coloured and pink to purplish small bumps theirs a patch of them right beside my right armpit and thighs help?!?!
Without pic ???: The most common cause of a localized ("beside my armpit" "thighs") is skin contact with an irritant or something to which you are allergic. Review all topical products: deodorant, lotion, soap, etc. Unless there is redness/swelling/possible drainage, it is likely not an infection.Two sites:not shingles.OK to try OTC topical cortisone cream/ointment to see if helps. May need exam by your provider. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Skin color: This an indication of purpura (blood under the skin). As a patient ages, the skin thins, and this can be a normal phenomenon, especially if the patient is on blood thinners, aspirin, nsaids, vitamin E , garlic, fish oil, etc. However, this would not be normal in younger patients. ...Read more
Allergic Reaction: I am sorry but I have never heard of purple lines associated with an allergic reaction. There is something known as "striae" which are a form of scarring on the skin with an off-color hue (aka. Stretch marks). Get in to see a doctor since this rash must be seen to be diagnosed and treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Soft purple/dark growth under skin on face. Not painful. Had for 3mths. Stays about the same size. sometimes swells then goes down. Should I worry?
Let Doc see it.: Any new skin and lesion,especially those that continuously change, should be checked by a specialist . Make an appointment with your Dermatologist. The Doctor may even need to biopsy it to reach a diagnosis. In the meantime, don't try to pop it, and use a daily sunblock. ...Read more
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