Does This Include Blood Clots?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The symptoms shown by your grandmother can be caused by a variety of things, such as not being able to wake up from sleep, this may be due to the pain that is so intense that your grandmother cannot move from the top of her bed. This pain can arise due to many things, such as pinched nerves, fractures, signs of malignancy and inflammation. If it is not because of pain, but more like paralysis, then the reasons are various, it can be due to viral infections, stroke symptoms, and other disorders of the nerves.
Your description of redness that turns black then peels and bleeds, sounds similar to a state of putrefaction. However, this will not just happen. It is important to know whether your grandmother has a history of high blood sugar levels or diabetes or not, because people with diabetes may at one point not feel that their feet are being eaten by rats and eventually rot.
What we want to say is that the possibilities that have happened to your grandmother are still too many and confusing for us to convey without causing misunderstanding. So our advice is that you should take your grandmother to the emergency room by using a car, for later in the emergency room, a general practitioner will be examined so that it can be examined about where the disturbance your grandmother is experiencing.
Meanwhile, keep your grandmother's body and the environment clean, continue to take regular medication if there is one, and immediately take it to the nearest hospital emergency room. May your grandmother get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa