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Akward bruises - May 12th 2012, 06:04 AM

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So my boyfriend and I were kissing and it went further to him touching my breast... And everything was fine but apperantly he wasn't careful enough and I have like 2 fingertip sized bruises. I mean I do bruise easily but they are really obvious and aren't going away and it has been almost a week. So I guess I'm asking if anyone has had a similar experience or knows why they aren't disapearing as quickly as a normal bruise? He and I have talked all this over and know how to avoid it in the future but I could just use some sort of advice... Thanks
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Re: Akward bruises - May 12th 2012, 08:37 AM

Some bruises will take longer to heal, especially on sensitive areas, like the breast. Just give it a bit of time. If you are really worried about how noticeable they are, there is a couple things you can try. Try putting ice, or an ice pack, or something cold on it, that will reduce the colouring, but don't leave it on too long. This should be done straight away, but it might help. Vinegar mixed with warm water may help as well. Also try drinking more water and increase your vitamin K intake, this will also should also reduce further bruising in the future. And, if none of that works, you can always just use some make-up, foundation or concealer, to cover it up.

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Re: Akward bruises - May 12th 2012, 04:48 PM

Whenever my boyfriend and I have sex, I always end up with bruises on my legs. But, like you, I bruise pretty easily. Not only on my breasts, but ALL OVER. I've always been that way. I'm really not sure why but I wouldn't be embarassed about them. Some bruises just take longer to heal. Nothing to be ashamed about. I highly doubt anyone would know what they were if they seen them other than thinking they were ordinary bruises.

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Re: Akward bruises - May 14th 2012, 10:53 PM

Everyone has bruises that heal at a slower rate. I've sometimes had similar bruises take three weeks to heal. Don't worry; they will eventually heal, so put your mind at ease.

Depending where it is on the breast, just wear some clothes that will cover it up now.

What generally helps bruises heal faster are getting adequate vitamins, eating vegetables, and applying something cold to them right after you receive them.

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Re: Akward bruises - May 14th 2012, 11:03 PM

Well if you want to hide the awkwardness of boob bruises you can use make up to fade them, other than that you just let it heel. I'm fairly certain theres a type of ointment mauy thai fighters use to help make bruises go away but it's somewhat difficult to get a hold of and probably not worth the money in this instance. You could probably google it though.

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