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Is The Feeling Of A Blood Clot In The Leg A Constant Pain
Is it normal or part of a sypmtom for me to have chest pain in the middle of my chest with a blood clot in lung?
Pulmonary emboli: Pulmonary emboli (blood clots in the arteries of the lung) can cause chest pain from either damage to the lining of the lung (pleura), or strain on the heart. The second usually only occurs if the clot is large and the heart is sick. Talk to your pulmonologist about your chest pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could a burst blood vessel in the scalp be the cause of a sharp shooting pain in the head? Is th dangerous?
It can be dangerous: I have several questions but it includes examining you, which means, you should go to a hospital emergency room to have those questions answered and have a physical exam. ...Read more
Throbbing sensation: Throbbing sensation in the leg is indicative of a problem in it's structural component as muscles, tendon, bone and nerves. Injury to the leg, varicose vein, sciatica and circulation problem (which include deep venous thrombosis ) are common causes of throbbing like pain in lower limbs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not typical: If you are smoking cigarettes, taking hormones or birth control pills, or are at risk for blood clots, see your doctor. If you have high anxiety and worry about unusual things, see your doctor to help you with your anxiety. Blood clots in general can swell, feel warm, or even throb but they do not have to have those symptoms. Swelling under the knee can be a bakers cyst. See your doctor. ...Read more
Probably not: Sudden onset pain usually is associated with something like a muscle tear or cyst rupture if the pain is very localized to behind the knee, not involving the entire lower leg. However, any time there is concern about a possible blood clot, you should be checked by a health professional. ...Read more
What does the pain in the back bottom of the feet means with a little swelling.The pain is horrible with a pulsing sensation and pain even at rest...
Tough question!: The classic symptoms of DVT are pain and swelling of an extremity. Muscle cramps are nonspecific and may be the result of several different conditions, often quite minor. An ultrasound will rule/out clot and should be performed if there is concern about dvt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be your back: It is difficult to answer given the amount of information. Isolated pain on the back of your leg could be from an injury. In the calf it could be from a blood clot. If it runs down the back of your leg it could be your back. It is probably worth getting checked out by a primary care provider. ...Read more
More info needed: Swelling can be seen if it exists, a sensation of it without actual swelling could be of neurological origin. If pain is indeed continuous, a visit to an md is required to be of any help. Best of luck! ...Read more
Both: If you have any reason to suspect that you have a blood clot in your leg you need to, get this checked out. Folks your age tend not to, get blood clots unless you have had an injury or operation on your leg or abdomen. Leg blood clot can be very serious, even fatal. Get it checked out soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I experience a severe pain in the whole left leg from below the hip button till the foot .The pain is from the bag of leg like fatigue and screwing..?
Sounds like sciatica: Pain radiating down the back of the leg from the hip to the knee is typically caused by sciatica. This is an inflammation of the sciatic nerve caused by something irritating it where it comes out of the spine (e.g. Herniated disc) or where the nerve passes behind the hip (e.g. The piriformis muscle). Treatment is bedrest, warm heat, gentle stretching, and anti-inflammatory medication. ...Read more
Can blood clots give you a "vibrating" feeling in you legs? Having a lot of pain in the very top of my thigh/hip radiats down leg and across pelvis
Vibrating Feeling : Vibrating feeling is unusual. You may have mralgia paresthetica, a dysfunction of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve which comes out of the abdoment across the front hip bone and permits sensation to the upper outer thigh. You could also have disc disease at the l3-4 level. If oyu are concerned about blood clots, you should see your primary care doctor asap. ...Read more
Doubt it!: I have not heard of that correlation! ...Read more
When someone has a blood clot and feel the warmth in the leg, what's exactly happening then?Is the blood stuck in 1 spot creating the hot sensation?
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