Bruises On Stomach

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Bruises On Stomach

Bruising in your stomach or abdominal area is typically caused by:

  • direct blows to your abdomen
  • a fall in which you injure or land on your stomach
  • accidents, such as a car accident

Why Do I Have Random Bruises On My Stomach?

Clotting problems can also be an acquired condition, as in the case of cirrhosis of the liver. Leukemia, von Willebrand disease, and other platelet disorders also make people more likely to have bruises for no reason, while bruising around the belly button may indicate pancreatitis, an inflammation of the pancreas.

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Why Does My Abdomen Feel Bruised?

An abdominal contusion is caused by a direct blow to the abdomen, which results in bruising of the superficial abdominal skin or deeper to the musculature. The signs and symptoms of an abdominal contusion are pain and tightness in the area of the injury.

What Causes A Painful Bruise On The Abdomen After Injury?

Bruising in your stomach or abdominal area is typically caused by: The trauma from the injury causes blood vessels in the affected tissue to break open. This leads to bruising. Similar to bruising of the stomach or abdominal area, bruising of the back or spinal cord can occur in the event of a fall, accident, or injury.

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What Does A Bruise On The Lower Abdominal Area Indicate?

Bruising in your stomach or abdominal area is typically caused by: The trauma from the injury causes blood vessels in the affected tissue to break open. This leads to bruising. Similar to bruising of the stomach or abdominal area, bruising of the back or spinal cord can occur in the event of a fall, accident, or injury.