Bruises/small hematoma and PPI

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Pie_Filipina2013
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Date Joined Nov 2013
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   Posted 12/3/2013 1:48 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi all,
 
I noticed small bruises in my upper ang lower legs.
 
I've been having full massage almost every other day for the past week but I dont know if this could also be attributed to PPI.
 
I've been on Dexilant for a month now and with another brand for two weeks - that would be for about 7 weeks now.
 
My CBC last month was okay.
 
Anyone who has experience this?
 
Thanks.
Pie

stkitt
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   Posted 12/3/2013 12:24 PM (GMT -6)   

Bruising is a big risk during deep tissue massage, especially for people with sensitive skin or skin that bruises easily. Some people may feel a degree of discomfort and suffer some bruising due to the forcefulness used during the treatment. Bruises might not be evident just after the massage treatment, but they will become more noticeable about 24 hours later. Sometimes, a person may only feel the bruising; other times, he will actually see evidence of bruising on the skin.



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Pie_Filipina2013
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Date Joined Nov 2013
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   Posted 12/4/2013 4:20 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks. I was so anxious about.this that I slept at 5am and had to reach out and take.zanor 250mcg. Today is my birthday and im so freaked out
Good thing i took the day off.

I was on the verge of crying earlier. Much as i want.to.go back to.sleep.but cant. Had to take my meals regularly.and.cant lie down after.meals. Even.with Dexilant.for a month.now but.heartburn still bothers.
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