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Knee Injury Lead Blood Clots
I have sore bruise halfway across the back of my knee. I noticed it yesterday after feeling sore pain. I did not injury it. Could this be a blood clot?
Blood clot?: doubtful. Have you been traveling? need more history to guide you. Perform a virtual consult to get more information and be able to help you. ...Read more
I have a current knee injury. My foot is swollen, bruising, tingling. Should i be concerned about blood clots.
Blood clot: Blood clot can be one of the complications from injury especially in lower extremity. I would encourage you to go to local emergency room to get a doppler to rule out blood clot and promtly treatment can help prevent further nerve damage due to complications. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife has a vain that is across her knee in the past she has had blood clots she is not on any meds whatdo you tthink ?
Yesterday i had an awful pain in left knee. Lasted an hour. I had blood clots before. How could they find it now.
I have knee pain for months dr said there is nothing wrong they check for blood clots and none, but I feel like I do have one need help what to do?
What is frozen knee? I had 2 knee surgerys in 3 weeks...First a total knee...Then removal of blood clots I & e.G. Knee flexion at 19 degrees?
Prevention? : Prevention in the hospital setting consists of a sequential compression device which squeezes the calf intermittently and a shot of a blood thinner. Walking is ye best prevention, but other measures are taken depending on risks factors. Treatment for a known blood clot is thinning of the blood with medication (warfarin/coumadin). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not uncommon: One of the most common complications of knee surgery (especially knee replacement) is a blot clot or dvt. It is usually treated with a blood thinner to prevent the clot from enlarging. It is a potentially dangerous problem and should be followed carefully by your physician. ...Read more
Can you get blood clots from just sitting for a long time? I'm 21 and I workout regularly but lately i've been sitting for long periods of time and my knees and the bottom of my feet started to hurt.
So to answer your : Question definately, prolonged sitting is one of the risk factors of getting a clot. You also state you have knee and foot pain. There are other reasons you can have knee and foot pain though - do you have flatfeet? If so you can have plantar fascitis and flatfeet also put pressure on the inner knee....So since you mention a clot - that should be ruled out as that is dangerous, other causes too. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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