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Feel Blood Flow In Foot
Can a blood clot in the calf /leg feel heavy, a constant tingling sensation, color of leg lighter & colder foot in comparison to other leg and foot?
No: Most blood clots are in veins and do not affect arterial circulation. However, if the leg swells, it might be more difficult to feel the pulse. ...Read more
Yes: If you have a blood clot in the deep veins of the leg, they can break loose and travel up through the heart, and into the lungs where it can cause a pulmonary embolism. This is potentially life threatening, but the risk is markedly reduced by taking a blood thinner like coumadin (warfarin). ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
C below: You are 19 but... People with an arm-to-arm difference of 15 points or more are twice as likely to have peripheral artery disease—essentially cholesterol-clogged arteries in the arms, legs, or other non-heart parts of the body. In your case Mild coarctation could also be present ...Read more
Can swelling caused by non-venoarterial issue put pressure on arteries, which would slow blood flow and result in colder extremity?
Edema: Fluid in the lower legs would make the skin feel cooler as it would keep the blood vessels farther away from the skin. Since there is strong pressure in the arteries,it would not impair blood flow itself, but vein blood travelling up the leg may be more sluggish. ...Read more
Arm blood clots: Unlikely that a BP cuff is the cause of blood clots in the arm unless left inflated for an extended period - hours. Sounds as if you were in the hospital and usual cause of blood clots in the arm is the IV placed causing thrombophlebitis. This is usually due to an infection of the vein or potentially due to medications given through the iv. ...Read more
Bh contractions, slightly high blood pressure, cervical pressure, when in the restroom feel the need to push swelling in hands and feet?
CALL YOUR OB NOW !!!: Your OB needs to know all of this call him or her now, if u were my OB pt. , i would not want you asking that ? Here , your OB should respond right away, if your OB does not then go to the labor room where you will be delivering and the nurses will get ahold of your ob. ...Read more
Eye blood vessel busted, then bad sense of vertigo, heavy weight feeling in back of neck, blood pressure is 148/111, pulse 85. should I go to the ER?
It is possible.: Poor or compromised blood flow, such as that which occurs in the microcirculation from diabetes, can lead to neuropathy and numbness. This usually occurs first in the feet and hands, and progresses up toward the trunk of the body. This condition is called diabetic neuropathy. ...Read more
Blood clot: Most blood clots in the legs are in one leg and cause pain and swelling in that leg only. ...Read more
Can a small bump that feels like it's in the vein running down the shin be blood clot? Feeling warmth and a bit of tingling in toes periodically
Surface cord: The bump you feel could be a clot within a superficial vessel. These may cause pain and some redness, but rarely are the source of emboli to other organs. As a marker of a potential clotting disorder, it might bear evaluation to be sure there is no risk of deep vessel clots or a systemic disease that is creating the susceptibility. ...Read more
Left leg/ foot and left fingers are tingly, not cold, no loss of motion. Blood sugar is 95 and just some slightly high blood pressure. Ideas?
Check it out: Maybe musculoskeletal .If cleared by doc maybe want to check with chiropractor. ...Read more
It Varies: Sometimes a blood clot has no symptoms. But common symptoms are swelling in the legs, pain in the calf, heaviness in the leg. If the clot travels to your lung, you can have shortness of breath, a fast heart beat, chest pain, heaviness in the chest and this is an emergency. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden heat sensation like blood flowing feel left leg arm and left side of the head when relaxed BP 130/85 pulse 73 can a pinched neck nerve cause this or maybe blood sugar happened twice in 3 days ?
My resting blood pressure is in the 70s and pulse in the 50s, and my blood pressure and pulse very orthostatic. Should I seek medical attention?
Age:Only if symptoms: What do u mean by blood pressure (BP) & pulse are "very orthostatic"? Orthostasis is a symptom, not a sign. If you're having symptoms orthostasis (fainting, dizzy spells, weakness / fatigue, passing out), then certainly you should be under a doctor's care. If you're concerned about why your BP/pulse numbers are low in the absence of symptoms, u can TTYD for testing. It may negative, given your age ...Read more
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