Hi Umakanth garu, Purpura is characterized by small purple spots on the skin, typically 4-10 millimeters in diameter. Some people develop larger patches of 1 centimeter or greater. These are called ecchymoses. Purpura might look like bruises, but they are not caused by an injury as most regular bruises are. Purpura itself is a symptom rather than a condition. To determine the cause, doctors must run a range of tests. These tests will assess the patient’s nutrition, platelet levels, inflammation, potential for infection, and blood vessel health. Purpura spots are generally benign, but may indicate a more serious medical condition, such as a blood clotting disorder. Sometimes, low platelet levels can cause excessive bruising and bleeding. Low platelet count, which may lead to increased bleeding after an injury, bleeding gums or nose, or blood in urine or bowel movements. Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura is an auto-immune disorder of the platelets leading to increased bleeding and bruising on the body. It is also referred to as immune thrombocytopenic purpura. The homeopathic approach to treat purpura is aimed at addressing the immune system, which is affected in this disease condition. It is a common experience that homeopathy works in the cases of Purpura. Homeopathy is strongly suggested as a supportive therapy. Please call on +918885920000, for more details about Homeopathic medicines and for online consultation. “There is no better time than now to start living healthy today”. Stay Healthy with one of the “Best Homeopathic treatments” @ Dr. AnkiReddy’s clinic.