Causes Bruising, Excessive Sweating And Joint Pain?
Hello. I am a 32-year-old woman with the following conditions: * LED 80 (high) test results r n * often experience bruises on the body and lumps in the calf when fatigue r n * bleeding from between teeth without a cause that was preceded by illness head like oxygen does not flow to the head r n * normal blood pressure tends to be vulnerable low r n * last check hb low (7) r n * excessive sweating from the soles of the feet and feet as if washed in water r n * aching in the joints and legs suddenly suddenly r n * joint filler fluid in 3 vertebrae (f4,5 and tailbone segment) which is missing / dry after MRI check r nYg I want to ask from the condition they can bs whether diagnosed with a disease that I might like? Can I be a dangerous disease?
Hello Dee Joe, Thank you for the question.
In order for a doctor to be able to make a diagnosis of a disease, the doctor knows the patient's complaint more fully, conducts a physical examination, and conducts a supporting examination. The diagnosis of a disease cannot be established from this forum. However, here are some information that I can convey:
In general, bruises are caused by a collision on the body, which causes damage to blood vessels located in the skin so that blood collects under the skin and causes skin to turn bluish, purplish, reddish, or blackish. Bruises that appear suddenly without a clear cause need to be more vigilant. Bruising can also be caused by other health conditions such as hemophilia A or B, low platelet levels, leukemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), and others. The causes mentioned can also cause spontaneous bleeding (without apparent cause) and low hemoglobin levels.
Excessive sweating without a clear trigger is called hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis can be divided into primary hyperhidrosis (not caused by a certain medical condition) and secondary hyperhidrosis (caused by a certain medical condition). Examples of causes of secondary hyperhidrosis are diabetes, hyperthyroidism, menopause, obesity, and others.
Joint pain can also be caused by various health conditions such as viral infections, autoimmune diseases, gout, osteoarthitis, etc.
If you have experienced these complaints for some time, please you consult yourself directly to a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor needs to ask further questions about your complaint, examine you, and carry out investigations such as blood tests. After understanding the cause, the new doctor can make the right treatment for you. If you do not check yourself directly, it is not possible to ascertain your medical condition.
If you experience a sudden bruise, you can immediately apply an ice pack to the bruised area. Please take paracetamol if you experience headaches or aching pain. Expand rest, do not do excessive physical activity. Do not forget to always consume foods that are nutritious and sufficient for your water consumption. To deal with excessive sweating, limit exposure to hot air, use loose clothing, use thin socks that easily absorb sweat.
Hopefully this information is useful.