The Cause Of Bruising On The Hands And Feet Though Not Bumped?
Good evening, I’m Asty. I like to appear bruised on the skin either on the feet or on the hands, but I think it’s just not consuming fruit. After it disappears and reappears, at no point does the collision occur and the bruising does not hurt. It’s just a bruise but it’s spreading
Hello Asty, Thank you for the question.
In general, bruising occurs due to a collision on a part of the body. This collision can cause damage to blood vessels on the surface of the skin so that blood can leak and gather under the skin. However, if these symptoms occur spontaneously, with no apparent cause and often occur, then it is possible that this condition must be watched out because it can be caused by certain medical conditions, including:
hemophilia platelet deficiency disorders of platelet function idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) leukemia Your symptoms are not caused by lack of fruit consumption. Before the symptoms get worse, you should immediately consult with a specialist in further internal medicine. More information about the symptoms that you are experiencing should be known to your doctor. In addition, the doctor also needs to do a physical examination on you and other tests such as blood tests, peripheral blood smears, spinal cord aspirations, and others. The results of this examination will be used as a basis for determining the next treatment for you.
If you encounter a bruise because of a collision, you can do the bruise independently at home. However, for your case, you should immediately consult a doctor to receive appropriate treatment.
I hope this helps.