Spontaneous Bruising?

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Spontaneous bruising is usually caused by some type of blood disorder. There are many types of blood disorders that can cause spontaneous bruising and the part of the body affected by the bruising is generally a good indication as to what type of disorder it may be. Since blood disorders can be serious, spontaneous bruising should always be checked out by a qualified physician. Spontaneous bruising may also be caused by the use of certain prescription medications, which cause the blood to thin and make the body more susceptible to bruising.
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Has this been happening all your life or just recently? And other wise do you feel fit and well? If so, i'd suggest getting a blood test and asking them to check your platelet levels
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