Hi, your bleeding is not from leukemia because your platelets are normal. Bleeding from leukemia occurs when platelets get very low, such as below 50.
Is it vitamin D deficiency? Please reply I'm waiting for your response.
Bone pain, especially slight bone pain, can be caused by many things. If you read that there is an *association* with vit D deficiency, then that doesn't necessarily mean that it is a cause. An association shows that it might be a cause, but it isn't proven yet to be a cause.
No, it doesn't seem like leukemia at all. If easy bruising and bleeding are not due to low platelets, then the other possible causes include:
- low 'clotting proteins' which are made in the liver, you can have the usual liver blood tests like ALT and AST to try to detect any liver problem
- blood vessels are thin and/or weak; if so, tren vit C and magnesium might help a little unless there is some actual medical problem
- least likely is having too much antithrombin or heparin or plasminogen in your bloodstream, which are normal biochemicals but can make blood too thin if there is too much.
I looked for you and found this study from 2018 May saying that high anxiety can cause bleeding in some people:
"...acute mental stress induces tissue plasminogen activator"
That has to do with the plasmin that I'd just mentioned. Usually high anxiety makes blood more likely to clot, but some people are the opposite.
If you are having petechiae, and you are not consuming lots and lots of blood thinning things like fish oil or vitamin E or certain spices, then you should probably want medical testing to see what is the medical cause.