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For the last couple of days I have been getting quite large bruising on my legs. No trauma or falls just bruises coming out of nowhere. Has anyone experienced this before?


Posted by mom57665, 21st September 2015


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  • I’ve been getting mysterious bruises my whole life. Just clumsy and forgetful in my case.


  • I would see a doctor to get a check up!


  • Yes mine was from scratching with ayclic nails on it bruised my legs. Are you on any new meds that could be causing bruising?


  • PLEASE go to your doctor – could be a number of medical things. Some very serious. I don’t want to frighten you, but urge you to get some blood tests. All the best x


  • Yes I get it all the time. It’s particularly worse when I’m pregnant.


  • Yep!! All the time. Could be an iron deficiency, I would suggest going to the Dr =)


  • i know that i have bumped myself and vaguely register it because i was really busy cooking etc and then notice the bruise awhile later and struggle to remember what i did lol


  • Also take some photos of the bruises to show to your GP.


  • I would definitely get this checked by your GP as it is out of the ordinary. It will give you peace of mind to get the bruising checked.


  • may be you hit a bed side ? but actually get it checked with your gp..


  • sometimes i just forget that i walked into something or my daughter stepped on me and pulled the skin to hard, I don’t know if they really come from nowhere.


  • You may be deficient in a vitamin or mineral (iron, vit k etc) I would see your GP & have a blood test to make sure it’s nothing more than just bumping your leg :)


  • For me bruises tend to appear a few days after a bang, i find with kids it happens a lot and you tend to forget about it, but in saying that if it keeps happening i would ask you doctor about it as could be a sign of something like vitamin defficiancy etc


  • Yeah. It usually means I’ve walked into something, and by the time the bruise appears a couple of days later I can’t remember doing it.


  • I do. And I used to worry about them, wondering how they came about. But most of the time, when I sit and think, I’ll remember a knock. Or I’ll bump myself and say “That’ll bruise tomorrow.”


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