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Spontaneous bleeding from the forearm, has happened twice,

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Spontaneous bleeding from the forearm, has happened twice, in the last two weeks, to my 60 year old wife with no other signs or symptons. She is under the stress of a dying sister.
No other therapy other than Glutathione antoxidant, Vit BCo.
Barrie Haigh
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she needs to see her GP doctor and get blood testing to check her platelet counts and INR, PT, PTT blood coagulation times.
she is not taking aspirin or coumadin?
does the bleeding stop?
is she picking at her skin?
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Gillian Haigh
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
too complex for apple machine
you did attach a photo of a black dog.
I am on an apple macbook air.
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
try second one
thank you
that looks like a bruise and trauma from a scratch on the left arm.
she could have done that in her sleep.
she needs neosporin on that and a large bandage to help keep from infection.
the blood is clotting and the bleeding has stopped.
that should heal in a few more weeks.
I am sorry for your wife's loss. she must be still grieving.
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