The Bottom Of The Baby’s Eyes Are Blue Like Bruises?
why yes my baby’s eyes at the bottom of his eyes are blue like bruises? Then the petals are bluish too?
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Bruising is often caused by blunt force impact or can also be a sign of a serious illness. Bruising due to a blunt force collision can generally heal and disappear by itself. To ascertain the cause, it is important to know about the time of the bruise, whether the bruise is only in the area around the eyes or sometimes it appears in some parts of the body as well.
Apart from blunt force trauma, the cause of bruising in children can also be caused by blood disorders such as leukemia, hemophilia and ITP (immune thrombocytopenic purpura). Leukemia is a blood cancer that attacks white blood cells. These blood cells experience malignant growth that can cause other blood components to decrease. While hemophilia is a blood clotting disorder and ITP is an autoimmune disorder that causes platelet levels to fall, causing symptoms of bleeding in several parts of the body.
In newborns, bluish bruises such as patches under the skin layer are also called Mongolian spots. This is normally found in newborns. Mongolian spots spot bluish to blackish brown and can be found in various parts of the baby's body, the most commonly encountered are the buttocks and back.
Regarding your complaint, it is necessary to make sure again related to bluish bruises in the area around your baby's eyes. It is best to do a direct evaluation to assess your intended complaint to the nearest general practitioner or to a pediatrician.
If the bruise is not accompanied by swelling in the surrounding area, then you don't need to worry. Immediately check with the nearest doctor for direct evaluation. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps