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Recovery of Bruises and Color Changes

Bruises occur as a result of blood seepage under the skin and usually disappear within 2-4 weeks. The process of healing of bruises is marked by a gradual change in the color of the bruise, from the beginning of the wound being formed to total recovery. When small blood vessels under the skin are damaged or broken, blood will leak into the surrounding tissue and clot. This causes the skin to appear reddish, bluish, to purplish, accompanied by swelling and pain. This condition is known as a bruise. There are a number of factors that have the risk of causing blood vessels under the skin to be damaged or broken and cause bruising, including: Impact with hard objects. Accident. Strenuous exercise. Fell or sprained. Physical abuse. Vitamin C deficiency Old age, where blood vessels are usually fragile and prone to rupture. Taking certain medications, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), blood-thinning drugs, and cancer drugs. Certain medical conditions, such as
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Recognize the Difference between Fish-Eye, Warts and Calluses, and How to Overcome It

Fish-eye, warts and calluses are often considered the same thing, but all three are different. Let's get to know the differences in fish eyes, warts and calluses, so you can handle them correctly. Fish eyes, warts, and calluses occur when the skin layer hardens and thickens. This condition often occurs in the legs and arms, but can also appear in other parts of the body. Causes and Signs of Fish Eyes, Warts and Calluses Even though they look similar, fish eye, warts, and calluses are three different diseases. The following are the causes and signs that distinguish these three conditions: Fish eye Fish eye is a thickening of the skin caused by friction or pressure in the same skin area repeatedly. Some things that can trigger this condition are wearing shoes that are too narrow, wearing shoes without socks, and doing activities or sports that put pressure on certain areas of the skin. Fish eyes are marked by the appearance of thickening or bumps on the skin, for example in

Puberty Changes My Body

Puberty is a stage of development of a child becoming sexually mature. In women, puberty occurs in the age range of 10-14 years and in men, puberty occurs in the age range of 12-16 years. In puberty, both teenage girls and boys will feel a change in their bodies. This body change occurs due to hormonal changes (one of which is growth hormone) during puberty. In addition to teenagers, parents should also understand the signs of puberty. Signs of Puberty in Women In women, puberty causes various changes in the body, such as: Breasts begin to grow When entering puberty, the breasts of adolescent girls will begin to grow. Generally occurs at the age of 8-13 years, and begins from the area around the nipple. It is possible that one breast grows earlier than the other breast, so that its size can be different between left and right. This condition is still considered normal. Noteworthy is if the difference is very striking or there is a lump in the breast. To find out the con