Gums Often Bleed And Are Often Bruised.?
Hello, I’m 21 years old. From Sd often bruised and then not too often appear bruised. When I went to college my bruises reappeared and were often quite severe. Once bruises can appear 10 bruises on the body and the gums also become infected with sudden bleeding. Then in August 2018 my anus bled suddenly even though I was not defecating. So it appears itself and I no ambein. I went to the doctor for a lab check and the doctor said that everything was normal except for lymphocytes lacking (the result was 22.4%) and was given a blood-stopping medication for the anus. In October I went to the doctor again to try to check my blood again because it returned bruised with a lot of intensity. The results were all normal but again lymphocytes were low at 17% with the number of leukocytes slightly higher at 11 thousand / mm3. According to doctors, do bruises and bleeding gums affect the lymphatic lymphocytes? And if you want to see a doctor, what specific specialist? Thanks
If bruises or bruises appear after a collision, these are generally harmless (except when around the head, neck, or spine). But if there is no collision then the body appears bruised or bruised suddenly, there are several conditions that need to be considered. Some possible causes of bruising include:
Thrombocytopenia / platelets are lower than normal
Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
Disseminated intravascular coagulation
Impaired platelet function
Other medical conditions: kidney disorders, cushing's syndrome, dengue fever
If frequent bruising without a cause has been going on for a long time and is now accompanied by bleeding gums, I suggest that you consult a doctor of internal medicine beforehand so that further tests can be done to determine the cause of the bruising. If necessary the doctor can do a more complete blood test in accordance with the doctor's suspicion. Once the results are known, the doctor can give you more advanced treatment.
While waiting to see a doctor, you can do the following tips:
Try to avoid collisions in the body
Get used to a healthy lifestyle
Get enough rest
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Exercise regularly but avoid sports that are too heavy
Hope it helps you,