About Me: Female, old forge, PA, member since Jul 2010
i am a 44 yr old active female i recently discovered a small lump on my leg that was itchy i thought i got bit by something or busted a blood vessel as the night went on it got darker in color and it spread too the size of a grape fruit , now its dark purple but stayed
[More] the same in size its not really painful unless i touch it an its really not hot . i havent called my dr yet will in the morning but was freaked out by this i did not fall or bump myself any suggestions
Just a quick note to say hi! I wanted to welcome you to the Forum. Feel free to ask questions, post comments, or just come here to vent. Also on the top right hand side of the main page you will see a "Health Pages" bullet. Click on that and there is a lot of info on there for you as well. We also have a symptom checker, just scroll down and look on the right hand side.~Kara
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