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I have noticed that I am having brusies appear without any reason------I am also having it seems like "I am in a bubble with a rushing feeling somethimes-----like water in my ears" . I can shake my head and it clears for a few minutes and comes back. I been working non-stop to support myself after going thru a divorce and I am tired BUT also realized this symptom is not going away so it tells something else is going on besides from working too much/hard.
Do you have any suggestions?? I do not have any insurance that is why I have not checked into it yet which is not a reason but I want to know which is the best direction to start. My last physical about 6 months ago----everything looked good with my blood work and urine.


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replied June 19th, 2006
Blood Disorders Answer A1115
“Bruises without cause” have to be examined for blood coagulation disorder. The number of blood thrombocytes in the blood and other blood coagulation tests (time of coagulation, time of bleeding, prothrombin time etc.)must be performed to properly diagnose the condition. You can visit an ENT-specialist for the symptoms related to the ears.
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