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 Bruise: First aid

Bruise: First aid


Injuries cause a bruise. When a blow breaks blood vessels near your skin, a little blood leaks into the tissues below. The trapped blood may make a black-and-blue mark that at first looks dark, but it will eventually lighten in color as it heals.

There are a few simple techniques you can use to speed up bruise healing. Remember to apply ice packs and keep the person elevated:

  • RIf it's possible, press on the bruised area.
  • IApply an ice pack to the bruise. Leave it in place for 10 to 20 minutes. Repeat the process several times a day for a few days until the bruise has healed.
  • CIf the bruised area is swelling, apply an elastic bandage to compress it. Be careful not to make the bandage too tight.
  • Elevate the injured area.

If you don't have any broken bones, you don't need a bandage. If you do have a broken bone, consider taking an over-the-counter pain reliever.

Consult your doctor if you:

  • Be careful because the area where you were hit will be very painful.
  • You may still be experiencing pain three days after a seemingly minor injury.
  • bruising can occur frequently or be very large and painful on certain parts of the body, particularly if they happen without a known cause.
  • Bleeding is common with this type of leaf, as it bruises easily and has a history of significant bleeding.
  • A lump may form over the bruise.
  • If you are experiencing abnormal bleeding elsewhere, it could be from your nose or gums.
  • You may start bruising suddenly, but you have no history of bruising.
  • If you have a family history of easy bruising or bleeding, you may be at a higher risk for developing these conditions.

If you experience any of these signs and symptoms, it may be indicative of a more serious problem. For example, a blood clotting problem or a disease that involves the blood.

Bruise: First aid /Conditions/Prevention

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