Blood Clots In Moles In The Breast?
Day, last night I scratched my breast because it was a little itchy, but it turned out there was a mole that was scratched and wounded (there was a clot of blood around it) but it didn’t hurt, the shape of an oval mole, only one color. But blood clots are quite frightening, how do I deal with it? Do I need to see a doctor in person? thank you
Hello Dea, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Injury to the skin tissue that causes blood to accumulate in the lower layers of the skin is called a hematoma. Hematoma itself is not a heavy thing if it occurs on the skin. Signs and symptoms are usually mild such as a change in blackish red skin color, accompanied by a bend, can be a bit painful. Risk factors for hematoma are a history of tissue trauma, abnormalities in blood clotting factors, use of certain drugs.
Hematoma treatment based on the severity and location of the hematoma. If the hematoma occurs on the skin, doctors usually only recommend that the patient rest sufficiently, and apply cold water compresses to the area of the hematoma to stop the bleeding. After you can observe the complaint. Usually the hematoma will disappear because it is absorbed by the body.
Responding to your mole problem, as long as it is still smooth, oval in shape, doesn't enlarge suddenly, you don't need to worry too much about it. However, if there is a change in shape to be asymmetrical, the border becomes unclear, the color fades, diameter> 6mm, and protruding melanoma, so you should consult a kuit doctor.
That's all the answers I can give, thank you :)