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Bad blood draw yesterday (venipuncture/8vials). Immediately:red/blue, v.swollen&painful. Now:flat, hard lump, bruise. Do ruptured veins heal? Just a leak?
Hematoma: The venipuncture for blood draw leaked and caused a hematoma outside of the vein or in the vein wall or both and this will heal in most cases without any consequences. I recommend ice in the first 2 days, several times a day (15 min each time) and switch to topical heat on day 3-4 and take ibuprofen as tolerated. ...Read more
Can a ruptured penile vein be the only reason why a penis can have completely no sensation or feeling? Can a blood count identify anything abnormal?
Here are some ...: Ruptured penile vein shouldn't cause losing penile sensation, which is neurologically related. To help solve the inherent mystery of your concern, collect & bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, evolution, & progress of your symptoms and their potentially related discomforts to Doc for analysis + physical exam + possible tests so to deduce possible Dx for reasonable Rx timely. ...Read more
My 31 year old daughter had a severe ear pain on a flight and was diagnosed with a ruptured ear vein, what could be the reason behind it?
Several : This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Recent tiny PE. Eliquis for 4 mos. Resolved. While on eliquis already bad v. Veins in legs exploded. 2 days ago a large V. Vein ruptured. Eliquis?
Likely contributed: If you are still taking Eliquis, it is likely that its effect as an anticoagulant contributed to your recent bleeding. But you may have been at an increased risk for problem if you had a pre-existing condition with leg swelling or varicose veins. Important to continue to follow your MD's advice about Eliquis to prevent another blood clot. Elevate your legs to help prevent swelling & discomfort. ...Read more
24y m:arm vein rupture/bluer too & pebblesize mass next to big toe on left. Stomach distend. Physical anxiety. Vomit usual upon wake then fine. Help?
A lot going on: Probably best to make an appointment t be seen by a doctor. ...Read more
Tep clear CT scan of ab, clear cxr, clear.brief us, stomach pain comes and goes on upper left, spleen rupture, contrast in.vein.both times?
Problably NOT: If on CT of abdomen had no splenic laceration and there 4 grades being 3& 4 degree surgical and 1-2 May be observed.id there was none originally they do not appear out the sudden AND all of rhem require severe trauma like falling twice the perso height, severe car accident essentially a severe traumatic mechanism, Most probably muscle strain take NSAIDS if not allergic and put her compress. ...Read more
I struggle with the strength in both hands and the veins will rupture sometimes. It's not always constant but has been more frequent?
Struggle ?: Your meaning is not clear but could relate to some disease process? Does this mean you are dropping things and are very weak? Or are you trying to do strength training in the hands? The veins might rupture if you are putting excessive pressure on your hands. See you doctor for further advice. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of coital rupture of superficial dorsal vein of penis? Is loss of size and girth a symptom? Is there a place to see pictures?
Hereinafter...: Hereinafter is a helpful article in http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3085625/, from which you may get a glimpse on your concern. Best wish. If needing more counseling, go to www.healthtap.come/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login — using audio / video may go faster and gain more. ...Read more
AIR EMBOLISM: Small amounts of air often enter the circulation inadvertently during surgery or other medical procedures. An example would be an air bubble entering an IV line. Most of these air bubbles are benign and are stopped at the lungs. If a large vein such as the internal jugular is ruptered, say from trauma or a procedure, air may enter the vein. ...Read more
See vascular doctor: They can surgically tie off the vein. ...Read more
See a vein specialis: Recurrent hemorrhage from varicose veins should be addressed. Bleeding from varicose veins is caused by high pressure within the varicose vein caused by malfunction of valves within the veins. This condition can be readily treated by a vein specialist/phlebologist. ...Read more
Can structural damage to Achilles sheath cause vein on leg in same area to stick out? Achilles very hard, seems to stick out too--not ruptured.
Bone Spur: It is possible that you have a bone spur in your Achilles tendon, which can cause it to be prominent and hard. The vein sticking out is not likely due to your Achilles injury. I recommend you see a podiatrist for evaluation. ...Read more
Would dialysis using a permanent catheter in the only patent left phimoral vein rule out transplantation on it? Had aneurysmal rupture on the right.
Very tricky: Transplantation requires an adequate vein near an adequate artery and the bladder. Even if a femoral vein has been damaged, the vein higher up in the abdomen (the iliac or the vena cava) may still support a transplant. These technical details need to be carefully reviewed with a transplant surgeon in advance of transplantation. Most of the time, it is still possible. Best of luck. ...Read more
Possible vascular injury? Fell and ruptured peroneal tendons 1month ago. The veins next to the tendons now appear swollen and much larger than before.
Probably not: It is fairly unusual to have a vascular injury associated with a perineal tendon injury, particularly one presenting one month after the injury. A more common explanation would be that your foot is still swollen from the perineal injury and, because the veins are one if the structures that drains the leg; the veins are swollen as well. Don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more
Hello, i have some ruptured blood vessels in my left thigh. I've had varicose veins problem earlier.now my thighs hurt bad. what's this?
My right jugular vein bulges (bubble) above collar bone when I strain. Is there concern of rupture if I continue exercising (crossfit and weights)?
Normal: Neck veins distend when we lie with our head lower than our heart or when we strain. With straining, the pressure within the chest increases and the blood flow through the neck veins decrease resulting in them enlarging. This is normal. Why you notice only one side is probably just anatomical variation. ...Read more
Did a vein in my hand rupture? No physical damage to my hand. I am on Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) — I know a vasoconstrictive med? Was in high stress, then bulge & blue?
UNLIKELY FROM MEDS: Bulge and blue in your hand without trauma and on meds adderal, nsaids and zoloft, (sertraline) in not likely to be caused by meds. You might have had mild trauma like you hit your hand against some hard surface to cause a bulge;blue. These kind of bruises get better by themselves and do not require any treatment. But if it keeps recurring or gets worse, consult your doctor. ...Read more
What condition is accompanied by rupture of capillaries or blood vessels easily? What vitamins or nutients are needed to make the vessels stronger?
Bioflavonoids/Vit.C: The most important nutrients for vessel health are bioflavonoids & vit. C. Vitamin e & zinc are also important. Several herbs like horsechestnut, butcher's broom & gotu kola are beneficial. See http://www.Umm. Edu/altmed/articles/varicose-veins-000173. Htm for more info- though this is about varicose veins, these herbs & nutrients are good for vascular health even if you don't have varicose veins. ...Read more
Eye hemorrhage: If your are describing a redness confined to a segment of the white of one eye this may be a subconjunctival hemorrhage. These can be caused by trauma, coughing, straining, weight lifting but are most often occur with no noticeable cause. High BP and anticoagulant meds can potentiate these. These are often benign and require no treatment. Slight tenderness is common but pain/visual loss are not. ...Read more
Yes: If they didn't heal, all hemorrhagic strokes would be fatal. The problem is the portion of brain that is killed by the pressure created by the bleeding, and depending on how much and where that is, there are differing degrees of damage from such strokes. ...Read more
Common in DM: Neovascularization in dm which causes proliferation of new blood vessles — defective structurally and fracture easily. Also, other conditions like shearing force from blunt trauma, athletic events related injuryhead injury, htn, vasculitic conditions like rhumatoid arthritis from inflammation of vessels, head rocking in children, structural abn. Aneurysms of vessesls, anticoagulants-asa, Coumadin (warfarin) it occ. ...Read more
Why does intake of anticogulants and decrease in platelet count causes the rupture of blood vessels?
What RU using?: What do you use for anti-coagulation? Heparin? There is a condition called hit: Heparin induced low platelet count that can induce blood clot formation a severe condition. If using coumadin, (warfarin) prodaxa u may be overdosed. Highly suggest seing asap a hematologist! Why are you anticoagulated in the first place at age 40? Had dvt, pe? ...Read more