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Recurring purpura. Blood work came back fine twice. Some protein in urine is all. Any ideas on what could be wrong because three doctors couldnt tell?

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Dr. Donald Colantino
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In brief: Pupura

Recurrent purpura or petcheiae, with normal cbc and platelet count, no taking of aspirin, Aleve,etc, normal coagulation studies, and no evident liver derangement is suspicious of vasculitis-an autoimmune disorder resulting in blood leaking from tiny blood vessels in the skin(capillaries).
? Kidney involvementA rheumatologist would be my choice to evaluate you. A hematologist could also be referre

In brief: Pupura

Recurrent purpura or petcheiae, with normal cbc and platelet count, no taking of aspirin, Aleve,etc, normal coagulation studies, and no evident liver derangement is suspicious of vasculitis-an autoimmune disorder resulting in blood leaking from tiny blood vessels in the skin(capillaries).
? Kidney involvementA rheumatologist would be my choice to evaluate you. A hematologist could also be referre
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