This is Dr. David
thanks for the question.
as we all get older, we can have small blood vessels break in the brain and cause small vessel ischemic changes.
you could have small broken blood vessels on your skin or body
these are these thing as what as seen on the MRI scan of the brain, small broken blood vessels
high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, smoking can all increase your risks for small broken blood vessels.
lowering your cholesterol, loosing weight, eating healthy will all help your blood vessels.
vitamin K wont hurt her.
her doctors need to check for a fistula where cancer in the rectum or uterus can grow into the bladder and cause blood in the urine and UTI infections.
a pelvic can can check for this
radiation can shrink the cancer possibly and help slow down or stop the infection.
let me know if you have other questions.
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