Q: I and My Daughter have Red Patches on my Skin although the Tests PT, aPTT, and FDP are normal in Blood Test Results, what could be the actual reason?
So I was sent off for some testing because of how my legs look… these are the results and I know they are in range but they are close to the bottom or top of the ranges could these be why I’m the way I am with my legs… I’ve had 2 lots of tests this week Monday and Thursday so waiting to see those results…
Well I’ve Multiple sclerosis (ms) and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), and many other things but unsure on why I get these and my daughter is the same
Nothing can stop it…I don’t mind it just part of life so have to forget it
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) and MS have clinical aspects that include skin fragility and easy bruising, and bruise-like aspects, and other skin changes and skin-accelerated aged appearance that accompany that two diseases. Just to take that into your account.
Also, if you find your daughter’s skin is translucent don’t be surprised, because it’s from MS and EDs.
We recommend covering all furniture to make homes safe and prevent falls, avoid contact sports and wear protective wear, stop smoking, avoid the sun, and take some vitamins and collagen to compensate.
Unfortunately, there’s no blood test to diagnose the MS disease, instead, we do other tests that rule out the autoimmune diseases that share the same symptoms such as Lupus erythematosus, Sjogren’s, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, some infections, and rare hereditary diseases.
according to these medical facts, red patches on the skin is one of many skin changes that occur to a person who has such autoimmune abnormalities as MS and EDs, that is why PT test, PTT, and FDP tests are normal in the MS/EDs patient’s blood. red patches and scars on the skin of multiple sclerosis patients are not due to abnormal blood coagulation factors or lack of platelets and not due to blood clots under the skin, it’s due to abnormalities and defects of the skin itself.