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Vein Infection Symptoms
My husband had pain and swelling in his foot. The doctordiagnosed plantar fasciitis. Three days later, his swelling isgone and he has no pain. Then he said it was a vein infection. What could it be?
?: The dr said it was plantar fascitiis then a vein infection? The two are clearly different. Regardless, you stated your husband was better.....So everything is good. If you were asking the diffence between the two, there is a clear difference and the should be no confusion. ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
Yes,: Moist heat should be applied for inflammation of a vein following superficial phlebitis. The redness should start to resolve within 48 to 72 hours. If it doesn't or worsens then you may need antibiotics. You should be seen by a vein specialist to guide your treatment and progress. ...Read more
Clot /infection: Phlebitis is also called thrombophlebitis and is inflammation of a vein secondary to a clot within the vein. Phlebitis can either be in a superficial vein and is called superficial thrombophlebitis or in a deeper vein and is called dvt. Infection is an inflammation of an area usually due to bacteria.If it is in the skin it is called cellulitis and if there is pus with it, it is called an abscess. ...Read more
See vein specialist.: Superficial phlebitis or thrombophlebitis is a clot in a superficial vein and can occur with or without varicose veins. The clot usually is hard and tender. The surrounding tissue is normal. Most superficial phlebitis is treated with localized wet heat and ibuprofen. There is a small risk that this clot can extend into other veins. You should see a vein specialist for an evaluation. ...Read more
See a doctor: Please see a doctor to get the increased blood coagulation treated. ...Read more
What can I do to recover faster if I have had phlebitis in the median cubital vein for two weeks. The vein seems to be stuck to skin. Cant meet doctor?
Local care: Superficial pheilibis which is being described can be easier to treat the deep venous thrombosis. My recs are to continue blood thinners if deemed necessary. Keep extremities elevated with alternating heat and cold to the area affected. The veins affected may never be the same unfortunately ...Read more
Help docs, is increasing my blood coagulation and maybe even causing phlebitis (vein inflammation)?
That sound very possible. I would need more information
to provide more specifics ...Read more
Should a person recently recovering from phlebitis in the saphenous vein avoid air travel? Precautions?
Not TED hose: I agree with dr. Kohl about the risk of getting a DVT with long airplane flights. It is recommended that if you are on a flight that is longer than 2 hours, you should wear graduated compression stockings. Anti-embolism stockings (such as teds hose) don't supply enough compression for someone who is up and active. Besides wearing compression stockings your should get up and walk too. ...Read more
I'm pretty sure in have phlebitis in my left upper thigh in a c varicose vein that I believe I knicked with my nail. How worried should I be?
Phlebitis: If it's firm red and warm certainly get evaluated due to its closeness to the groin ...Read more
Possibly: As dr. Berg said, if it is on the same side, maybe. However, if you aren't even sure that you have injured your foot, it seems less likely. An injury can certainly cause phlebitis, but it is usually more direct and easy to connect. You can certainly get phlebitis simply because you have varicose veins. The most important thing that you need is an unltrasound and then treatment. ...Read more
Possibly: Infections can occur if there is a break in the skin (cut, abrasion, rash, needle puncture) over the area where the 'blown vein' occurs. If the vein 'blew' due to an injury, it is possible to have a break in the skin over the area. ...Read more
Flucluxicillin IV 4 10days now stopped as veins collapsed blew and tissued missed 6doses now will it be out my system and still have infection?
I'm sure you are: In good hands and your docs knows about your situation and would have either ordered a central line or other access if more needed or other med. If you have questions you have a right to talk directly to your docs ...Read more
In my opinion: Dental infection should not cause engorgement of facial veins. Are we talking unilateral or bilateral? If concerned see you doctor or ask the dentist if someting like this does exist.... ...Read more
Hi when I smile I notice that veins stick out at my neck, I haven't noticed this before. I have a sinus infection, is this normal? Or not
Probably normal: If you only see it a certain times. People who talk can notice the veins stick out on the neck towards the end of their sentence. Also those that are angry or holding their breath. If you other wise feel well this is not something to worry about ...Read more
Got phlegm ball that has a thick vein like texture with some green coloring & some blood twice in 2 days. I also have a viral infection. What is it?
Hard to know: You may have ruptured a small blood vessel coughing or because of the inflammation due to the infection. You may also have developed a secondary bacterial infection, or the initial diagnosis may have been incorrect. But the answer is that without examining this material and you, it is impossible to tell for certain what this may be. If it keeps up, please go see your doctor. ...Read more
Can an infection or virus be causing my eyes to get theese dark thick veins and yellow look to them? I rest and excercise well
Feels like raised veins in my thighs near my crotch (female). Very sore. What is it? Can I treat it like yeast infection. Can't be hemmoroids, right?
My problems started with pain and swelling in my left testicle. Then I had problems urinating and had back pain. Mt urine and blood tests were clear and showed no infection. The veins are prominent in my scrotum. Thoughts as to what this could be?
Can a bladder infection cause an increase in blood flow causing more veins to show up all over? If not what can?
No: Though a bladder infection would cause increased redness and vascular congestion in the lining of the bladder, it would not generally cause the other veins in your body to be more prominent. Visible prominence of veins in body usually related to being very well hydrated and warm along with your individual genetics and body composition slender, muscular). If confined to leg, may be varicose veins. ...Read more
What can be done about repeated testicle pain presumably from infection or dilated vein issue? Occurred twice in 4 months. Never before that.
Be sure no std: If sex with diff. Woman can easily get epididymitis /chlamydia, need urine culture to see what is going on, if lump in testical[cancer]see urologist or if urine stream slow/weak [prostatitis], if trauma like riding a bike near the testical can do it or even inguinal hernia can radiate pain or lumbar disc disease [get mdi of lumbar] if lump in groin see urologist/surgeon to be sure no hernia. ...Read more
Got some burning/pain in both jugular veins. Got hashimotos and alot of infections. Is it because of those two?
Unlikely: Probably not. But if you have tenderness along the jugular vein you should have it checked out. It is probably some inflamed lymph nodes. It could be a clot in the jugular vein but this would be pretty unlikely on both sides. Check with your primary doctor. ...Read more
A burn caused by flames 2" long ×1" wide on leg. Red ring, white, can see veins & white bumps that itch sometimes. Possible infection?
Burn injury: It's probably a good idea to show this burn wound to a professional. "Redness" around a wound or injury like this could indicate localized infection. If there are 'white' bumps too it could be some exudate (pus) from the wound. If that's a second degree burn though it could also be healing zones that are popping out. You don't want this to get any worse, so I would recc seeing a doctor. ...Read more
Right flank painfortwodays, Went to bathroom and noticed a fairly big piece of tissue, and one had a vein (?) in it. No fever, Sound like infection?
Hmm. I have some? S: For you. First, when you say you went to the bathroom, what exactly did you pass this mass from? Was this in your stool, urine or did you pass this through your vagina? If you passed this through the vagina I wonder if you might have been pregnant. If this was in your stool, did you travel lately or eat any undercooked pork? Lastly, when did this happen? Without more detail I don't know what's up ...Read more
Have had lumps in jawline/chin and one in side of neck feels like in vein. Have had multiple tooth infections but lumps haven't gone away in long time?
Urgent!: Untreated infections can cause very serious complications. They can spread to other parts of your body and even be life threatening. People have died from untreated infections. You need to see an oral surgeon as soon as possible, or if necessary go to a 24\7 medical facility or the er of a hospital. Do not disregard these symptoms or needed dental treatment afterwards! ...Read more
Is there any risk besides infection and not a perfect result with dermal fillers? What happens if doctor injects into a vein or artery?
Bad Outcome.: If a dermal filler is injected into an artery or a vein potential complications can and probably will occur. If injected into an artery, the filler can cause the artery to clot or can be carried downstream to damage whatever that artery is feeding. Similarly, if injected into a vein, the filler can cause the vein to clot, become infected or pass upstream into another area. ...Read more
Dr wrapped a rubber tourniquet (soiled with others' blood) on my arm & touched my acne (looking for vein). Any blood-borne infection concern?
Realistically, no: Please forgive my frankness. If you did not point out that you saw blood on the tourniquet, if in fact that was the case, you were neglectful of your own health. I don't see this as a real danger despite our cautious times. The bacteria in your acne aren't going to make you septic; a few of them will get into your bloodstream whenever you pop a pimple. ...Read more
Have always had prominent veins that run from iris to inner corner of eye. Tiny white spot developed on one vein. Eye a little sore. Infection?
Probably not: To be sure, please visit an ophthalmologist to have this looked at under the microscope. ...Read more
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