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139 Possible Causes for Bleeding Gums, Folate-Deficiency Anemia, Petechiae

  • Thrombocytopenia

    anemias , including vitamin B 12 and folate deficiency anemias Some bone marrow disorders Some chemotherapy drugs Platelets become entrapped in an enlarged spleen Cirrhosis[] You can bleed outside or inside your body. Sometimes it can be heavy or hard to stop. Some people get nosebleeds or bleeding gums.[] Larger than petechiae, ecchymoses are purple, blue or yellow-green areas of skin that vary in size and shape.[]

  • Leukemia

    Aplastic anemia, viral infections such as infectious mononucleosis, and vitamin B 12 and folate deficiencies should be considered in the differential diagnosis of severe pancytopenia[] gums Headaches Enlarged liver and spleen Swollen tonsils Bone pain Paleness Pinhead-size red spots on the skin Weight loss back to top How Is Leukemia Treated?[] "Petechiae usually appears on the lower extremities," Wadleigh adds.[]

  • Myelodysplasia

    Bone marrow infiltration by malignancy Isolated anemia Infections ( parvovirus , HIV ) Toxins Blood loss or hemolysis Vitamin deficiencies ( B 12 , folate) Congenital dyserythropoietic[] Common types of bleeding include nosebleeds, bleeding gums, pinpoint red bleeding spots on the skin (petechiae), and blood in the stool.[] ., bruising and/or petechiae) may cause patient distress.[]

  • Pernicious Anemia

    We know know that folate deficiency is widespread, is present in all countries and causes, in addition to folate deficiency anemia, also spina bifida and anencephaly.[] gums, impaired sense of smell, and confusion.[] Petechiae in the mammillary bodies. WKS, acute lesion. Periaqueductal lesions. WKS, acute lesion. Periaqueductal lesions. WKS, burned out lesion. WKS, burned out lesion.[]

  • Vitamin Deficiency

    Causes of vitamin deficiency anemias, also known as megaloblastic anemias, include: Folate deficiency anemia.[] Bleeding gums Take care of your teeth properly and if you still have bleeding gums, it can indicate a vitamin deficiency.[] Petechiae. Petechiae are small 1-2 mm red or purple spots on the skin that result from minor hemorrhage due to broken capillary blood vessels.[]

  • Infantile Scurvy

    Iron deficiency anemia, folate deficiency and other vitamin deficiencies are also treated as well.[] Signs of scurvy include tiredness, muscle weakness, joint and muscle aches, a rash on the legs, and bleeding gums.[] The body is both wasted and edematous, and petechiae and ecchymoses are commonly present.[]

  • Megaloblastic Anemia

    We believe she had methotrexate-induced folate deficiency anemia with isolated inhibition of the erythrocytic bone marrow line.[] gums.[] […] manifestations of anemia , jaundice(breakdown of macrocytes in the spleen)/increased susceptibility to infection d/t decreased WBC/easy bruising, nose bleeds, bleeding from the gums, petechiae[]

  • Phenytoin

    […] or vitamin B-12 deficiency (megaloblastic anemia ).This drug may make you dizzy or drowsy.[] gums X X yellow tinge to eyes/skin X X Interactions Many other drugs may interact with phenytoin.[] Hematologic Common (1% to 10%): Ecchymosis Uncommon (0.1% to 1%): Thrombocytopenia , anemia, leukocytosis , cyanosis, hypochromic anemia , leukopenia, lymphadenopathy , petechia[]

  • Aplastic Anemia

    […] not folate-deficient.[] Other symptoms include: Easy, unexplained bruising Fever Nosebleeds and bleeding gums Pale skin Prolonged bleeding from cuts Rapid heart rate Shortness of breath with exertion[] We report a case of 6-year-old South Asian girl presenting with bruises, petechiae, and recent history of loose stools.[]

  • Acute Erythroblastic Leukemia

    […] caused by vitamin B12 and folate deficiency.[] Typical symptoms are spongy and bleeding gums, anemia, fatigue, fever, dyspnea, moderate splenomegaly, joint and bone pain, and repeated infections.[] Pallor, sometimes petechiae, bruising, gum and nose bleeding, hepatosplenomegaly, lymphadenopathy, retinal haemorrhage .[]

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