San Jose, CA
A 24-year-old female asked:
Can you pin point a dvt? like i can pin point the exact place that the pain is its on the side of my leg where my calf muscle comes to end. also it doesnt hurt constant it comes and goes any idea? could it just be a muscle problem? or a dvt?
1 doctor answer • 2 doctors weighed in
Family Medicine 12 years experience
DVT: You must consult a physician personally if you are concerned about DVT. Pain can be localized in the beginning and then it spreads along with redness and swelling. People generally have risk factors for getting DVT and that is why it is important to know health history.
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