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SYMPTOMS IT IS WISE NOT TO IGNORE: BRUISES AND EXCESSIVE SWEATING
Bruising easily may also be a cause for concern. If a small knock gives you a huge swelling, your blood may be less healthy than it should be, perhaps suffering from a low platelet count. Since it is the central role of platelets to assist the blood in clotting, the condition, if left unattended, could be dangerous.
Constant, severe bruising could be a potent physical signal of a simple vitamin deficiency, but it may also be a potential symptom of HIV infection. If you find yourself bruising on a regular basis and the severity of the bruises seems to be inexplicable, ease your concerns with a visit to the doctor.
People generally experience differing degrees of perspiration from the same amount of physical exertion. This is natural and depends on a variety of factors, including water intake, your fitness level and heart rate, and your own particular tendency to sweat. A small amount of perspiration is normal, especially in hot climates, even if you are not engaged in exercise.
If what is experienced during exercise or at rest could be described as a drenching sweat, however, and if you frequently wake up with the sheets soaked after a relatively restful night’s sleep, an infection may be the cause. Persistent bouts of drenching sweat may be a sign of tuberculosis or an early symptom of HIV or other infectious disease, so do not delay in having your symptoms checked by an expert.
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