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why not just show at the surface,how does internal bruising happen? in my martial art if my arm get hit,it will bruise or if I get a small hit to the center of my chest(not hard) I am okay..but one time I got a hit alittle to the side of my chest near the armpit and I could feel the hit in my lung and I let out a cough. my doctor says the heavy feeling I feel it due to a internal bruise how does that happen?
BelleRaven BelleRaven 18-21, F 6 Answers Sep 13, 2009

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thew way you got it is a prime example. generally, it's from a blunt trauma that doesn't break the skin. around the chest or abdomen, you can get internal bruising without showing outer signs because your internal organs are softer than your muscles and offer less protection to your blood vessels. at least i'm pretty sure that's how it works.

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The trauma you received did not break any blood vessels that is why it does not show. However, whoever is sparing with you needs to not hit you so hard. Talk to your master about not wanting to spar with this person. Sparing is for training your body to be able to restrain itself. If this person is not able to restrain themselves, then they do not need to be training. Why should you listen to me? We'll I have been trained in martial arts for 7 years and I am a 2nd level 3rd degree black belt as well as an instructor.

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Internal turmoil.

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If hit in the right way with the right amount of force you can be bruised only internally. Infact some bruising can be so bad that they are only found in the morgue..after someone died from injuries that no one knew about. (sorry for that) <br />
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