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Remedies For Bleeding Under The Skin
Pop! Goes the Measle: Yeah. Leave it alone. You squeezed too hard or with too much pressure with your nails. Now it just has to heal. It may collect some more pus but you'll have to be extra careful getting rid of that. Put some antibacterial ointment on it and give it several days to heal. The blood should resorb. Be careful next time. If a zit won't pop with gentle pressure wait 'till it "matures" more to try again. ...Read more
Bruising under skin: The most common cause of easy bruising is senile purpura. This usually occurs in middle-aged or elderly, fair-skinned persons who have had a lot of sun exposure. The sun damages the elastin fibers in the skin as well as the collagen, leading to thin skin that is prone to bruising. The most common sites include the forearms and legs. ...Read more
I hurt my pinkie, and it's bleeding under the skin where impact was, should I drain it or it'll clear itself?
What can cause bleeding under the skin in my right leg-- there ias no pain only small circles of blood?
Tiny red spots on skin. Kinda look like tiny cuts and maybe bleeding under the skin. What could this be?.
Petechiae?: This sounds like petechiae, which actually is small volume bleeding just under the skin. This should be examined by a provider- petechiae have several causes but can be present with platelet disorders, that can affect blood clotting. Occasionally severe infections can cause petechiae, but most people at that stage wouldn't be on healthtap- they'd be in the icu! ...Read more
Cyst on face cheek for couple weeks. Feels smaller but no discharge. Normal skin color until a few days ago now looks brown. Bleeding under the skin?
Why did my bruise go from greenish-yellow to all red and purple? Am i bleeding under the skin again?
Normal Color change: A bruise is mainly made up of Red Blood Cells that are under the skin. The pigment in the blood cells goes through a series of color changes as it gets broken down in the body. These manifest as the cahnegs in skin colour. This is normal and shows that your are healing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer