Bruises on shin from plaquenil

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  1. Alexa-Design Well-Known Member

    Bruises on shin from plaquenil


    An ice pack can help reduce the swelling and discoloration, and mild pain relief medication is usually enough to alleviate the discomfort. Severe bruising or broken skin might require additional measures, such as cleaning and dressing the wound.

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    Bruises change in appearance over time, and it may be possible to tell by looking at a bruise how old it is. When it first appears, a bruise will be reddish looking, reflecting the color of the blood in the skin. By one to two days, the reddish iron from the blood undergoes a change and the bruise will appear blue or purple. Nov 09, 2018 Sporadic bruising usually isn't cause for worry. Oftentimes, you can reduce your risk for future bruising by making sure you're getting the right nutrients in your diet. Read on to learn more. Cause of shin bone injury. Usually the cause of a shin bone injury is the result of a kick from a football tackle or from a blow from a hockey stick or even a wandering racquet. Symptoms of shin bone injury. Bruising and swelling gradually appear and if the bone is damaged the swelling is usually greater and the bone will feel painful to the touch.

    Bruises develop when the capillaries in or under the skin are damaged, allowing blood to leak into tissues and muscle. Most of the time at-home treatment is adequate for these types of injuries; however, professional medical attention might be needed when bruising is unexplained or persistent, or if an individual is at risk of complications.

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  5. Jan 11, 2015 I've taken Plaquenil for aprx 9 years. I have many complications w the diseases themselves but i bruise very easily. I also notice bruises that I cant explain. They all seem to be extra sore and very bright blue. I've ask my RA Dr about this but never a understandable explanation. Most of my bruising is found on my arms, hands and lower legs.

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    Shin bruise A bruise is the damage of the blood vessels that return blood to the heart the capillaries and veins, which causes pooling of the blood. This explains the blue/purple color of most bruises. Jul 21, 2010 I have been taking warfarin for many years. It seems to agree with me and my INR is normal most of the time but my question is "How do control my skin from turning purple with the slightest movements. I used to just bruise but I now have massive dark purple bruise looking patches under my skin. Plaquenil, systemic lupus erythematosus, bruising, skin. I have been taking the drug for almost two year for Sjogrens syndrome/lupus and recently I have noticed unexplainable brusing on my back and thighs.

     
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    Definition of chloroquine - NCI Drug Dictionary - National. Chloroquine A 4-aminoquinoline with antimalarial, anti-inflammatory, and potential chemosensitization and radiosensitization activities. Although the mechanism is not well understood, chloroquine is shown to inhibit the parasitic enzyme heme polymerase that converts the toxic heme into non-toxic hemazoin, thereby resulting in the accumulation of toxic heme within the parasite.

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