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Traces of blood found in urine sample, xray showed some white spots in pelvis, but was not told what it could be?

Traces of blood found in urine sample, xray showed some white spots in pelvis, but was not told what it could be?

Your job: ask & work: to understand. It is your body; not that of others who primarily focus on their priorities (human nature for all of us). X-Ray=Hi-frequency electromagnetic radiation, i.e. above light frequencies & simply show shadows, bone vs. water density (tissue) vs. air. White spots are likely bone (absorb/block A-Ray from reaching/exposing the film). Is blood from urinary bladder or kidneys? big difference! ...Read more

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Tongue has purple spots on it, is this worrying?

Tongue has purple spots on it, is this worrying?

Purple spots: It might be blood clots or varicose veins. However, it should be clinically seen and evaluated by your dentist. Without personally examining you, we have no way of knowing what in fact it is and not all lesions are benign. ...Read more

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What to do about purple spots on lips?

What to do about purple spots on lips?

Get a biopsy: Get a referral to an oral surgeon so it can be biopsied, then you can have it removed. ...Read more

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Why would someone with pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia have purple spots on body?

Why would someone with pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia have purple spots on body?

HIV: Persons with pneumocystis infection are usually immunosuppressed, and the most common cause is hiv/aids. These patients may also have a type of cancer of the skin caused by herpesvirus 8 called kaposi's sarcoma, and this produces purple skin lesions. ...Read more

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I saw purple spots on the back of my toes and blue color between my toes as well.

I saw purple spots on the back of my toes and blue color between my toes as well.

See the podiatrist: If you are a runner, this could be be bruising from the toes hitting inside your shoes if you are a smoker, this could be localized blockage to the vessels in the feet that can become serious if you are noticing a coolness and the toes aren't blanching, this could mean loss of circulation and gangrene. Get checked by the podiatrist. ...Read more

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