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My question comes from the fact that even when I receive serious blows to my muscles (as when playing sports), I never show coloration in my skin as is normally associated with a bruise. I know that some people bruise easier than others, but even with serious injuries (with the exception of ankle sprains and black eyes) I never show any coloration. I know I have bruised the muscle because I am unable to use it because of its soreness to the touch. I know this is probably a simple question, but no one has ever given me a satisfactory answer. Thank you.
Re: Why do some people's bruises seldom show any discoloration of the skin?
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