Hello. I am a 29 year old male. This morning when I woke up my wife noticed some popped blood vessels on the lower half of my back. There are alot of them and they are centered mostly around my spine. They are somewhat sore to the touch and don't blanch when pressed. I have not participated in any rigorous physical activity lately. I've never had this happen before and am somewhat concerned. Is this something I should be worried about?
Are there other symptoms present? Popped blood vessel may indicate obstruction somewhere along the vessel line or with circulatory problems. Have this evaluated further for proper management. A complete blood count may also be done. A change of diet, special clothing to help promote circulation and sometimes medication may be indicated.
I have the exact same symptoms, except I have developed pain associated with the area of the lower back with the burst blood vessels. I need professional advice, but this is America and it costs dearly to visit doc. Why are we behind so much as a nation? It's a poor do. Also, I have been cycling a lot so I suspect the ruptures are because of me leaning over to meet the handlebars. damn, I wish I didn't get that DUI :( My pain is so bad I need to be on Ibuprofen around the clock
I sit in front of a gas heater and hav turned half my back into purple due to poppin blood vessels it looks bad but no pain at tha moment I'm underwight 25 and not a healthy eater with 3 children I care for can it harm me by keeping warm will it have any medical affects if I don't stop sittin in frunt of tha heater and should I get this looked at??? Thanx tan25 victoria
Hi, i have a problem. My friends little brother has this place on his lower back that looks like broken blood vessels on lower back. Could it be ffom being held down there even though its not a hand print? Because he also hasis hiding showing his mom his bottom. We are really concerned but we need to find other info first before we assume
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