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Spontaneous Black And Blues
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I have what appears to be blood vessels that break spontaneously in my fingers and feet. It burns for a while and then a black and blue mark appears. is this common in people with Von Willobrands Disorder?

posted September 27, 2018
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Sounds like joint bleeds. I have it in my hands and arms and knees. But that’s exactly what happens, the burning and bruising is common with vwd usually what feels like arthritis pain follows.

posted December 18, 2023
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This happens to me often. I don't have VWD. I have May-Hegglin. It can be pretty painful. I have to be careful with certain types of doorknobs because the edge of the knob will cause this to happen. Sometimes it is just spontaneous.It seems to happen more often as I age.

posted March 4, 2020
A MyHemophiliaTeam Member

I have on Wilton brands disease, but genetic testing showed high likely hood of Ehlers Danlos syndrome, anybody have severe problems with turning purple all the time looking modeled,

posted December 11, 2018
A MyHemophiliaTeam Member

Yes mine do all the time.

posted September 30, 2018
A MyHemophiliaTeam Member

Yes my daughter does this

posted September 29, 2018

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