Can I get a blood clot by getting kicked in the calf?

Yes. In all likelihood what you get is bruise, hematoma or inflammation. Blood clots form when there is abnormality in flow of blood, when there is damage to the blood vessel or its smoothness or problem with the blood cells themselves. Immobility, for example can cause clots (dvt). If the blood vessel is damaged from the injury, then yes clot formation can occur.
Possible. It is very likely that you could get some beeding outside the blood vessels that would form a clot in your leg that would be reabsorbed over time. It is very much less likely that you cold develop a clot inside your vessels.

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I'm 28, no past hx. Do not smoke, no birth control. Have DVT in calf after car accident. How likely is it to get another blood clot while on lovenox (enoxaparin)?

Not likely. possible, but not likely. This was a provoked DVT and the treatment is usually for 3 months. If you notice skin changes and or new onset leg swelling while on Lovenox (enoxaparin) let your doc know as soon as possible. Heparin induced thrombocytopenia is a rare complication of heparin or low molecular weight heparin treatment that may result in venous or arterial thrombosis. Read more...

What are the signs when you get a blood clot in the leg?

Leg swelling & pain. The calf will be painful, and you can have swelling in the feet, ankles, and possily the calf. You may also feel a thresd when palpating the back of the calf muscle. Read more...