my mother confronted me two days ago and showed me her arm. there were three round bruises on the inside of her biscept about the size of a quarter. if you use your finger to feel them there is a small bump in the middle of each. I know she takes an anti depressent that thins her blood but have no idea if that has anything to do with it. I insisted she make a doctors appointment but she is a stubborn woman and has not done so yet. any ideas what may have caused this? thank youView Thread
when i was a child i got ear infections regularly that were very painful. as I grew older i no longer felt the ear infections, my doctor said it was because of all the scar tissue. I am 28 now and when I woke up this morning at 4:30am my left ear hurt just like it did when I was a child. I took two asprin and one prescription ibuprofen. thankfully the pain became mild enough that I could go back to sleep. I am now awake again, it is 8:26am and sure enough, I hear an echo(not quite an echo but this is the best term to describe).View Thread
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