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I am a new nurse and I only started getting these after I spent 12 hours standing on my feet. They are caused by small broke capillaries so I'm guessing it is due to standing for a long time maybe not getting good blood return.
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Hello
Did you find a solution or you still have a problem
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My doctor didn't say anything either but mine come an go. I'll have them for a few months but then they go away. I wish i knew what its called or caused
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Wow! I think that may be my problem. I was told I was zinc deficient. Thank you!!! I hadnt made the connection.
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I just found a thing called capilaritis that looks a lot like what I've got going on. If so, no big deal but also no cure ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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My doctor ignored it too. Said it could be a bruising condition? Which I don't think is the case at all.
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I have had re-occurring red splotches on my ankles and lower legs for a few months, twice now, after being in a chair at work for hours, then coming home, cooking on my feet and doing housework, carpooling, etc...I have noticed dark red spots on the top of mt feet and ankles. I am alarmed because my feet are also tingling...could this be circulation issues?
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Sounds like Ascending Purpura
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Yes. Google Purpura.

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Purpura, standing or sitting for long periods.
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My doctor said, don't you hate getting old! I'm 34.
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I suffer from gout and I have red spots on my feet thought it was gout related.
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I had same thing in fact I still have them, a year later. My doctor was not concerned, but told me that the it is from the iron in my blood, that causes the cloting,. I do have neuropathy ,which is nerve damage, bad circulation from diabetes.
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Have your doctor check for purpura
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Cherry Angiomas ....thank you for this info. Very helpful. My husband and I both have it. I think it has to do with pressure after time. But makes lots of sense. Spread the word
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