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... i bruise alot due to blood thinners. whenever i get a bruise there is a lump in it. i know for me this is normal. the bruise heals from the lump outwards and the lumps stays for a long time after and stays sore. ... (1 replies)
... t it and not exactly sure what it is and i got a dr apintment in 6 days as thats when my doctor gets back from holidays..... i read the other thread about a hard lump under a bruise on the waiste and it was a calcium lump or something.... ... (1 replies)
... Hello...It sounds like you have what is called myositis ossificans. Your blood has calcium in it, and sometimes when you have a bruise, that calcium in the blood becomes stagnant, and gets hard. It will eventually be reabsorbed by your body, so no worries. However, don't rub it or press on it to try to "break it up." That will only prolong the problem. Hope that helps! ... (6 replies)

... Hi, I had an injury in May, to my lower left leg, also have a small lump that the doctor said I could have forever. ... (2 replies)
... I had the same problem as yourself. A hard, small marble like lump which moved around in my vein on the back of my hand. ... (2 replies)
... I have been recently diagnosed with hemochromatosis.about 2 weeks ago I bashed my arm VERY hard into the corner of my TV and got a pretty nasty bruise on my right bicep. ... (2 replies)
... You could be describing a hernia. Especially since you are saying it is at your belt line. It may have been there before but got banged up in the shuffle. But see your doctor either way. (6 replies)
... i noticed a bruise on my wrist the other day, its healing because its greenish yellow and whatnot. ... (6 replies)
... ish. It's moved down from just below the cheekbone to further down my jawline. The actual lump is still in the apple of my cheek. Two doctors have said that the bruise will take a few weeks to go away. That's fine. ... (0 replies)
... There was a lump for a day or so, but it didn't even bruise. ... (14 replies)
... but would rather leave that to the hem.MAkes me wonder why he asked U about the bone marrow and the bruising.I bruise easy and some times get pretty good size hematoma's.I don't think UR crazy or mad! I would stay on top of this stuff.Please don't get stressed out! ... (95 replies)
Thigh Hematoma
Jun 19, 2008
... I think the leg reached its maximum swelling about a week after the accident. It was an astonishingly painful injury. About two weeks after the accident as the bruise went through its rainbow of colors a hard lump, around the size of a tennis ball was left. ... (2 replies)
... Hi! I am a 22 year old female. I found a pea sized lump on the lower back of my neck tonight. ... (2 replies)
... Hey all I'm a 16 y/o male. I recently posted this in cancer forums, but after doing more reading I seem to have come up with DVT as a possibility. Here is what's going on: About two weeks ago, I discovered my left lower leg was slightly swollen. It's slightly rounded, kind of like the swelling one would get with a bruise. It has also been tender for a few weeks. It is... (1 replies)
... have been very achy on the right side. My doctor just kind of ignored it until I discovered a lump on my right arm. He said it was a blood clot and he began feeling all over my arm and said, "Actually you have several clots on your arm. ... (1 replies)
Worried
Mar 27, 2004
... was really hurting. I looked at it and there was a swelling of about 2 inches, which was dark blue in colour. It was narrow and looked like it was a long narrow lump under my skin... it really hurt, both from the inside and to touch. Then I notice my veins were slightly swollen leading from it. ... (1 replies)




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