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Livedo reticularis (a lace-like purplish discoloration of the skin) can be treated by (latest reports from 1,311 Livedo reticularis patients)
Petechiae (a small red or purple spot caused by bleeding into the skin) has been reported by people with nausea (latest reports from 6,750 Petechiae patients).
On Aug, 23, 2016
No report is found.
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2 years ago I took accutane 5/10 mg for a short period of 2 and a half months. I stopped because I was getting petechiae on face and body. Now (2years later) I'm stil batting with it. Doctors did a blood work test on me and everything wasz fine. Recently I visited a hematologist in wich he ...
I'm a 58 year female having been on xanax for many years for PTSD...I've developed either petechaiae or cherry angiomas & read that xanax can cause petechiae.Does anyone else have any experience with this?
Have been taking Plaquenil for the past 4 years, am 59 years old, and have developed petechiae on face (including eyelids) and on arms and hands. Am just trying to figure out if the Plaquenil is the cause and what to do about it. Fairly disfiguring and very frustrating to deal with.
I am a 73 year old female who has had petechiae in my lower legs for about 3 years. I do heavy lifting working in my yard at the cabin (fallen tree limbs, moving rocks, etc), and when my muscles/joints get sore from over-activity, I take 2 Aleve. I asked my doctor what I should do, and he said ...
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