Top
10
Doctor insights on: Purple Spots On Arm Or Leg

Share
4

4
Why am i getting like dark spots on my legs they look like purple I don't know am worry?

Why am i getting  like dark spots on my legs they look like purple  I don't know am worry?

Need pics : It would be nice to see some pictures of this purplish spots could be bruises could be a sign of early infection to be signs of vascular vein problems this post some pictures. Try adding an image through health tap. ...Read more

5

5
I have dark blackish purple spots on the calves of my legs. What causes this?

I have dark blackish purple spots on the calves of my legs. What causes this?

Rash: Usually certain types rash can be bleeding disorder see primary care physician for evaluation ...Read more

6

6
Dark large skin spots on arm and leg?

Skin spots: Several possibilities. Best to have a dermatologist take a look. ...Read more

7

7
I've just found 8 brown/black rough spots on my 56yo caucasian husband's back, leg and arm. Should i be really scared?

I've just found 8 brown/black rough spots on my 56yo caucasian husband's back, leg and arm.  Should i be really scared?

Not really.: Would be very unlikely that he has 8 cancers on back. If all look alike and are rough they are likely what we call seborrheic keratoses. They are benign. However, it is possible he has one cancer and it might be one of those lesions - hard to say because i can't see them. Have your doc look at a skin check in the near future to put your mind at ease. See google for the "abcde of skin cancer.". ...Read more

8

8
Does hydrocephalus cauae purple spots on legs?

Does  hydrocephalus cauae purple spots on legs?

Unlikely: Cerebral problems but not legs. Look for some other issue? Trauma, bruising, venous? ...Read more

10

10
I have had these two blue spots on my body for as long as i can remember, one on leg and one on arm. They hurt to the touch and are slightly raised. ?

I have had these two blue spots on my body for as long as i can remember, one on leg and one on arm. They hurt to the touch and are slightly raised. ?

Pilomatrixoma v nevi: This could be several possible conditions but only a biopsy will determine the definitive diagnosis. See a dermatologist to determine if observation or excision is recommended. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer