Would a blood clot in the leg pain be constant or come and go?

Both. If you have any reason to suspect that you have a blood clot in your leg you need to, get this checked out. Folks your age tend not to, get blood clots unless you have had an injury or operation on your leg or abdomen. Leg blood clot can be very serious, even fatal. Get it checked out soon.
Dvt get it checked. Deep vein thrombosis is a serious disease and fatal if not treated. Characteristics of the pain can serve to suspect DVT and to act to diagnose it; get advise from a physician and rule it out. Don't wait.

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Had deep vein thrombosis and blood clot in leg veins. Should I be worried?

Yes - w/o treatment. Dvt can break free from your deep veins, travel through your bloodstream, and lodge in your lungs. This clot can block blood flow in your lungs, which can strain your heart and lungs. This pulmonary embolism is a medical emergency. Dvt can also lead to chronic vein problems and swelling treatment with blood thinners is very effective in reducing risk. Compression stocking also recommended. Read more...
Absolutely. It is always dependent upon your history and also family history. Anytime that you have a history of deep vein thrombosis (dvt), you have an increased risk of future problems. You should have a comprehensive history taken and also family history. You may need a workup for familial reasons for the dvt. This is mostly a lab workup for thrombophilias. Read more...
Be Proactive. It this happened after a long journey like car or plane ride, or after a surgery where you were confined to bed, or if you were on birth control pills; then chances of this happening again are low. But if it was spontaneous than your doctor must have taken thorough history and necessary blood work like blood count and clotting factors studies etc. To assess the future risk and correct treatment. Read more...
Dvt. the question is why did the dvt develop airplane travel hormone or oral contraceptives genetic factors recent major surgery. Read more...

What's considered the best way to help prevent me from getting deep vein thrombosis or blood clots in the legs when I get older?

Routine Activity. Routine exercise and activity will help to prevent stasis of the blood in the leg veins, one of the predisposing factors for dvt. See your primary doctor for routine yearly exam, and if you have a family history or risk factor history, further testing may be recommended. Varicose veins, swelling can be helpful external signs of venous insufficiency which can be associated with dvt. Read more...
Mobilize. Reduce risk factors walk or proper exercize weight to ideal. Ask your pcp about any clotting disorders. Probably avoid birth control meds. Read more...

Deep vein thrombosis with blood clot in leg vein in pregnancy. How long do I need to take medicine for it?

6 months . Dvt in pregnancy is treated with a variation of Heparin called Lovenox which is injected just under the skin twice a day. Coumadin (warfarin) is fatal to the fetus and should never be given during pregnancy. A 3 to 6 month recommendation is given depending on the patient's other ongoing risk factors after delivery. Read more...
Until after delivery. I completely agree with dr. Vorhies. Pregnancy increases the risk for getting a blood clot in the leg and the risk increases the further you are into the pregnancy. That risk doesn't return to normal until 6 weeks after delivery. Sometimes there are other risks for getting a blood clot in addition to being pregnant. How long you stay on blood thinners, depends on what other risks you have. Read more...
3 months. I would recommend that you are treated for a minimum of 3 months post pregnancy with anti-coagulation. You should also wear your compression stockings for 2 to 3 years. This can decrease your risk of developing post thrombotic syndrome which is when the valves in the deep veins do not work and you have chronic swelling and pain. Read more...

Deep vein thrombosis left me with 1 blood clot in right leg-3 clots in lungs-have been on warfarin 4 years now. Is this safe to be on this..

Safer Than Not! A recurrent pulmonary embolus could be fatal so i would suggest that the risk of bleeding associated with the warfarin is much lower than the risks of recurrent clot. Possible alternative would include placement of a filter in your ivc which has its' own possible complications. Read more...
Warfarin duration. Depends upon the severity of your leg and lung blood clots , whether you have a family history of venous thrombosis, and whether the events were provoked by surgery or other factors or were spontaneous . Only your treating doctor can determine optimal duration of warfarin however . Warfarin, especially if well controlled , can be well tolerated throughout either long term or even lifelong. Read more...
Warfarin. Its her risk-benefit ratio, and the reason that you are on the medication chronically is due to the history of any pulmonary embolism. I would discuss this with your primary care Dr. or hematologist. Read more...

Would a blood clot in the leg pain come and go or would be be constant and get more painful?

Either one. It depends on whether a clot is acute (sudden onset) or chronic, whether it's in an artery or vein. Either way, if you have unexplained pain in an arm or leg, get it checked out right away by your primary care doctor. Read more...

I have leg pain after a long car ride with no history of blood clots. I'm 23. Should I see a dr?

Very common. It is not unusual to have leg pain after a long car ride, although it is more common as people age. It is a result of holding your legs in the same position for too long. Staying very well hydrated usually helps and may prevent the problem. It is a good idea to stop at least every 2 hours and get out of the car, stretch your legs, and walk around a bit. Read more...