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Purple Spots On Lower Left Stomach
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Spot of redness/purple in the right lower section of the abdomen. As i press it, i feel like a little buble/sphere inside which hurts. Should i worry?
I've developed these light purple spots on my upper right stomach. Only 2 about the size of a dimr. What might this be?
About 1 week ago i developed purple red spots all over my legs , stomach and buttocks. I was taking azithromycin for URI when it began.?
Why are my veins bursting under my skin? There is a big spot on my stomach that is red, purple, and black. It burns so bad
I get two purple spots on my lower left leg after competitive sports, which i haven't done for 3 years now. Been happening for 2 months. Any ideas?
I am having sharp pains that come and go on my lower left abdomen, near my groin, exclusively in this one spot.
Various causes: I8y female has intermittent left lower abdomen pain. HERNIA?: see Surgeon, have CT scan, lump comes & goes. OVARY?: see Gynecologist, have Ultrasound. LARGE BOWEL?: see Gastroenterologist, change in bowel pattern to constipation or loose stools, have endoscopy. MUSCULOSKELETAL?: see Osteopath, pain changes with position/activity, hands-on exam. Start with your PCP. If fever/constant pain go to ER. ...Read more
My 24yo wife suffers from abdomen pain that is semi-constant, not in one spot, it sometimes at lower right sometimes left, and sometimes at top?
Many possibilities: There are many things that could cause the skin to itch. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many possibilities.: Skin problems can only be definitively diagnosed by physical exam so it is important to be see a doctor. Skin rashes can be caused by: fungal (ringworm), viral (molluscum ) and bacterial infections (syphillis), irritation (new clothing), allergic reactions (nickel), autoimmune disease (psoriasis), medications, genetic conditions, and trauma. You should be seen and get tested if necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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