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Bruising on leg, varicose vein history
My mother has been suffering from varicose veins since pregnancy but now, a few days ago she had a big purple bruise in the lower leg ankle area. Today again she got a bruise in another leg in the back side calf area. Her legs have been aching a lot since 2 months too, after she recovered from covid. Im attaching a picture of the recent bruise too. Can you let me know if it is normal or related to varicose veins of something else?
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Raised leg + elastocrap bandage + analgesic tab.      for confirmation  details talk is essential online
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Please take a surgery opinion regarding your mother's varicose veins . You can apply thrombophob ointment locally at the bruised site which appears to be thrombophlebitis .
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Hello sir, Needs proper history and clinical discussion, please consult directly on whats app no. Nine eight seven one three seven zero five one seven,its FREE
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