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Can You See A Blood Clot
Left outer part of foot theres a little knot only when standing? Can you visibly see a blood clot in the foot?
Not usually: Did you bump or hurt your foot? Does the bump hurt? Does the bump feel hard or does it dip in with pressure? Does it hurt in your shoe? ...Read more
Sometimes: If the stitches can pull the gums on either side of the extraction site completely together, so that the "hole" is completely covered, then you will not be able to see anything underneath the gums. However, if the gums cannot be pulled all the way over the "hole, " then you can still see some of the underlying blood clot. So, it depends on the situation. In both cases, healing can proceed well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swelling in left leg not a lot but you can see the difference.Blood clot was ruled out by d-dimmer.What could it be?Thank you
Lymphedema: The possibility exists that there has been an impedance of lymph flow in one leg. Also, circulatory flow may be compromised by such things as varicose veins. A third possibility that comes to mind would be a foot alignment issue that can exist unilaterally, such as a flatfoot. These things don't have great risk to you, but should be evaluated by a primary care physician. ...Read more
I m abpa patient .Today i hv normal routine light cough then i see a blood clot with sputum.Then three times i cough and again see blood with sputum ?
Could be infection.: Abpa is usually treate dwith steroids. When on long period of time the steroids may lower resistence to immune system. I would inform your primary lung doc and ask for appointment. Not sure of your disease progression and work up so far. May need cxr or cat scan as well. Some pt require a bronchoscopy as well. A pulmonay embolism is always a possibility as well. Need follow up with your doc. ...Read more
Could a blood clot move all over your body and i can actually see this happen along with feeling it its creepy?
Blood clot: Blood clots may cause a spectrum of symptoms depending on the location and size. In extremities, blood clots can cause symptoms such as pain and swelling. In the lungs, blood clots can cause shortness of breath and chest pain. Because blood clots commonly involve deep vessels skin changes aren't usually seen. ...Read more
Probably ...: The most worrisome blood clots form in the veins of the legs and can travel to the lungs causing a pulmonary embolism. Also blood clots that form internally and can travel to the brain causing a stroke are life-threatening. A number of inherited clotting disorders exist, and a hematologist can clarify the diagnosis. Review with your primary care doctor and ask for a referral. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I see brownish fluid and sometimes blood clots every one week after my monthly flow which last for two weeks before the next flow for six months now.
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