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  1. Bruises Bruises develop when small blood vessels under the skin tear or rupture, most often from a bump or fall. Blood leaks into tissues under the skin and causes the black-and-blue color. As bruises (contusions) heal, usually within 2 to 4 weeks, they often turn colors, including purplish black, reddish blue, or yellowish green.
  2. Blood-thinning medications are important because they can help decrease the chances of developing a blood clot in the heart or elsewhere in the body—those with heart conditions or who previously had a stroke likely need them to avoid a serious setback—but they also make you more prone to bruising, explains Dr. Elliott.
  3. Aug 14,  · Typically, a bruise first appears as a reddish patch, which develops over a few hours into a blue, black or purple discolouration. It may feel tender immediately after bruising, and the area may be swollen. Over a few days, the colour fades to a yellowish-green, as the leaked blood breaks down.
  4. A vitamin deficiency can also result in a greater tendency to develop bruises. Vitamins B12, C and K, or folic acid play a role in the blood’s ability to clot. Bruises may be a sign of domestic, child or elder abuse, especially if an individual has several bruises, or bruises keep coming back.
  5. Bruises and blood clots are both ways in which the body heals itself. Both can result from damage to blood vessels due to an injury. However, bruises or blood clots can signal more serious conditions. When a frail senior lives alone, there is reason to be concerned that these signals can be missed.
  6. Bruising is common in patients taking blood thinners. Most of the time, bruising is not an emergency situation and can be treated at home by following these steps: 1. Rest and protect the bruised area 2. Ice will reduce pain and swelling. Apply ice or.
  7. At first, a bruise is a reddish color, just like the blood beneath the surface. After a day or two, the as the oxygen from the blood cells is resorbed, and the color of the bruise changes to.
  8. Bruises form when the soft tissues of the body get bumped. When they do, small veins and capillaries (the tiniest blood vessels) under the skin sometimes break. Red blood cells leak out of these blood vessels. These red blood cells that collect under your skin cause that bluish, purplish, reddish, or blackish mark.
  9. Feb 20,  · These can thin your blood, making you more likely to bruise, says Lori Tishler, M.D., director of internal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Although black and blues typically.

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