Are blood clots or a DVT common after a miscarriage?

No. Uncommon. Your doctor may work you up to see if there are underlying causes for forming a dvt.
DVT and miscarriage. DVT and superficial phlebitis are not common after miscarriages but, as in anything that could cause you to be off your feet, the risk of a blood clot increases. Ways to reduce the risk of DVT would be early mobility, wearing support hose and keeping physically fit and trim.

Related Questions

With my history of DVT will I miscarry from a blood clot?

Depends. Your risk of a miscarriage may be increased. It depends on what the reason for the DVT was. Did you have a thrombophilia workup? There are some conditions that cause dvts that we give blood thinners during the pregnancy. Read more...
Possibly. The tendency for your blood to clot too easily is called thrombophilia. There are many thrombophilias that can be identified with blood tests. Some thombophilias are associated with miscarriage. The most common thrombophilia that can cause a miscarriage and also blood clotting is antiphospholipid antibodies. It is worth knowing if that was the cause of your blood clot or not. Read more...

Question about blood clots in lungs. Do they have to come from dvt?

Yes. Pulmonary embolus could be clot , fat, air or foreign body. Clots is the most common and almost always comes from a DVT anywhere in the body but most commonly from lower extremities DVT , although in some cases of pe the physician may not be able to find the source. Read more...

Since autistic people do well on a glutin free diet does the over abundance of glutin in their bodies cause more blood clots like dvt?

No. First, the benefits of a gluten free diet for autism have not been proven conclusively by research and controvery exists regarding diet and autism spectrum disorder. Additionally, blood clots are not more common in autism and there is no association between gluten and blood clots. I think overall, the glutin free deal will pass. A gluten free diet is necessary in the case of celiac disease. Read more...

If you have venous insufficiency does that mean you are more likely to get blood clots? Like a DVT?

Yes. venous insufficiency means the blood does not keep moving in your veins towards the heart (veins have valves that prevent the blood from going backward). Clotting inside our blood vessels happens under 3 circumstances: 1) slow blood movement or velocity 2) abnormal blood composition like abnormal cell, toxins etc 3) roughened inner surface (called: intima) of the blood vessel like in people with a. Read more...
Dvt. Having varicose veins does not increase your risk for dvt Occasionally a superficial vein if traumatized can clot but this is also rare. Read more...
Blood clots and CVI. Venous insufficiency does not put you at increased risk to develop DVT but DVT does put you at increased risk to develop chronic venous insufficiency. Venous insufficiency is a result of malfunctioning of venous valves in the superficial, deep or perforating system of veins. Malfunctioning venous vlaves does not cause clotting. Read more...

Is it still possible to get blood clots (dvt, pe) while on warfarin? Have factor v leiden. Suffered DVT and pe 18 months ago. Inr 2.5 last check.

Warfarin. Yes, but only if the therapeutic inr range is not ideal. At 2.5 you are perfect and the risk for clots diminishes at this level. Read more...
Yes it can occur . It is very unlikely to have a DVT when on warfarin at a therapeutic level inr 2.5 , but it does happen. Usually there are multiple risk factor involved : such as factor v , plus recent DVT , plus some other risk factors, or possibly just being homozygous [ a mutation in both alleles of factor v leiden]. So it is rare but can happen . I hope this helps. Read more...
Warfarin failures. Warfarin failure syndromes while in the therapeutic range are uncommon and occur ~1-2% of patients per year. They are less likely due to thrombophilic conditions and more due to highly inflammatory or thrombogenic conditions such as cancer or anti phospholipid syndrome. There are new oral anticoagulants such as rivaroxaban and dabigatran that are FDA approved for VTE and do not require monitoring. Read more...