Abdomen injuries and ematomes

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  1. Xfightx

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    What were the most painful blows you received in the abdomen?
    Have you ever had bruises in the abdomen? (if you have photos of the bruises, publish them :))
    and how did you get them?
    How did you treat them?
     
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    Are you talking specifically under the belly button or anywhere in the body reigion?
     
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    Anywhere in the abdomen; stomach, solarplex, liver belly .ribs etc.
     
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    Ok , what is a 'ematome'? you mean a haematoma ( hematoma in American).
    This is a very strange request, if you have an injury find medical advice don't ask for photographs of people's anatomy on here, it's more than verging on the very strange and quite worrying especially as you've put this in the 'Study'. what are your motives for asking?
     
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    Bragging rights, perhaps?
     
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    brag for what?


    it is a factor of study for a traumatological essay, most of the bruises come out on areas where we find bones below.
    on the belly it is usually difficult.
    that's why I asked "how it was caused"
    and how it was treated.
     
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    You won't find what you need on here. This is a martial arts site not a medical or fetish one.
     
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    That would have been good information to include in the OP, just fyi for the future.
     
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    Xfightx, welcome to Martial Talk. :)
     
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    If the OP was doing anything academic with this information he would have got the medical terms correct.
     
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    I am pretty good for taking body shots. I have a very old photo of me after some teep drills with a decent belly bruise.

    Otherwise I know a couple of guys who have been stopped hard by belly shots but didn't bruise. They were liver shots and they just went away after about 10 minutes.

    I have broken a couple of guys ribs sparring. And I don't even think they bruised.

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    Coachy coach getting liver kicked.

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