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    This may sound really strange but for some reason I keep finding random bruises all over me! I counted 4 small bruises on my right arm, 1 on my left and 3 on my legs. I have no idea where they have come from because its not like I have fallen over or walked in to anything.
    Is it something to be worried about or has anyone else ever had random bruising appear from nowhere?
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    Some people bruise easily. I wouldn't be too worried but if you are, visit a GP.
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    I always wake up with bruises all over me in the mornings.


    (Alcohol played a key part in the previous night's activities, however).
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    (Original post by Claire_Elizabeth)
    This may sound really strange but for some reason I keep finding random bruises all over me! I counted 4 small bruises on my right arm, 1 on my left and 3 on my legs. I have no idea where they have come from because its not like I have fallen over or walked in to anything.
    Is it something to be worried about or has anyone else ever had random bruising appear from nowhere?

    oh i get them all the time, but im ALWAYS bumping into things, so maybe thats why i forget how i got them
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    (Original post by sprout.)
    I always wake up with bruises all over me in the mornings.


    (Alcohol played a key part in the previous night's activities, however).
    Bruises, friction burns and some degree of whiplash after our summer ball.
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    (Original post by Renal)
    Bruises, friction burns and some degree of whiplash after our summer ball.
    Whiplash? At a ball? Oh my.
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    (Original post by sprout.)
    I always wake up with bruises all over me in the mornings.


    (Alcohol played a key part in the previous night's activities, however).

    Well thats another thing I havnt been out recently so they cant be a result of a night out lol, it would make more sense if I had!
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    (Original post by Claire_Elizabeth)
    Well thats another thing I havnt been out recently so they cant be a result of a night out lol, it would make more sense if I had!
    Do you erm, oooh-err, have a boyfriend at the moment?

    My ex got bruised quite a lot despite us not trying anything too rough if you see what I mean!
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    (Original post by Philosoraptor)
    Do you erm, oooh-err, have a boyfriend at the moment?

    My ex got bruised quite a lot despite us not trying anything too rough if you see what I mean!

    *sigh* no lol so it cant be anything like that either.
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    im always thrashing about in my sleep, i scratch myself and bruise myself, not great i know :s:

    If they spread or get to be larger and persistant, i would suggest you see the GP.
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    Maybe you punch yourself while you sleep.
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    Lupus or Aliens.
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    Also, avoid the mini-skirts and wear thicker clothing.
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    (Original post by unknownking321)
    Also, avoid the mini-skirts and wear thicker clothing.

    Well I was going to opt for bubble wrap lol
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    (Original post by Claire_Elizabeth)
    Well I was going to opt for bubble wrap lol
    Wise move. Though don't start popping the bubbles.
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    (Original post by reems23)
    Maybe you punch yourself while you sleep.

    It could be when Im asleep but I dont think id be punching myself in the arms and legs. Id wake up sore wouldnt I?
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    (Original post by unknownking321)
    Wise move. Though don't start popping the bubbles.

    Too tempting though, might have to be cotton wool!
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    (Original post by Claire_Elizabeth)
    It could be when Im asleep but I dont think id be punching myself in the arms and legs. Id wake up sore wouldnt I?
    I punched myself in the eye once, gave myself a black eye. I was awake though. True story.

    You'd wake yourself up :laugh: I wasn't being serious.
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    (Original post by reems23)
    I punched myself in the eye once, gave myself a black eye. I was awake though. True story.

    You'd wake yourself up :laugh: I wasn't being serious.
    How did you manage that if you were awake?
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    (Original post by Claire_Elizabeth)
    Too tempting though, might have to be cotton wool!
    I know the feeling: I like to pop bubbles.

    Cotton wool on skin :coma:
 
 
 
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