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Blood vessels busting

I'm 24 and a fairly healthy female. Ever since I was in 7th grade I noticed a problem. I was playing volleyball and the blood vessels in my fingers and wrist were popping and leaving huge bruises. It doesn't always happen I can go months without popping any and then randomly I can push my foot in a shoe to hard and pop one on the bottom of my foot, I can thump my husband joking around and pop one in my finger, in my hand they will pop while typing sometimes, my wrist is the worse every time I bump it on something one will pop. I'm assuming they heal go back to normal but it hurts really bad when this happens almost like a bee sting and bruises super dark like someone beats me. I will be covered in bruises one day and be fine for a month or two and then it happens again. I've had blood test done a few years ago and asked many questions, did lots of research and no luck.
Has anyone else experienced anything like this? did you get answers?
I feel like my blood vessels are made of glass or paper and every doctor I have spoken to about it just doesn't seem to think this is a problem, it may not be life threating or anything but I would like to know the under lying reasoning for this because it is not normal.
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I did find a thread about this which you will find interesting below. Many comments of what has helped others get rid of there popping veins from vitamin K to vitamin C and bioflavonoids (which enhances the action of vitamin C). I personally have found my blood clotting was poor from vitamin B12 deficiency and calcium deficiency.

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