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Likely hood of a blood clot is the cause of pain in both legs with no risk factors and 2 negative d dimers in december? Should I get an ultrasound?

Unlikely. The likely hood of DVT in a with bilateral leg pain and neg d-dimer is small. U/s would be second conformation, but not truly necessary. Read more...
Clot unlikely. A negative d-dimer carries a very low probability of having a clot and 2 negatives are even more significant. Clots in both legs would be most unusual.The most common symptom of a clot is unilateral calf or thigh pain and the most common physical finding is swelling. You have a very low probability for a clot. If you are very worried, then do a ultrasound-but I do not think that it is necessary. Read more...