What is it like to be diagnoised with a blood clot in their jugular vein?

Often asymptomatic. Blood clots in the jugular vein are often related to prior venous catheters at that site. They are most commonly asymptomatic. If symptoms are present, it is most often related to facial swelling on the side if the clot. In this case, the patient would be put on a blood thinner.

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I have a blood clot in the jugular vein. What can I do to treat it?

Sometimes such. A problem is related to a in dwelling vascular catheter. Line removal can help. If that isn't a good option or he clot is large you will likely be prescribed blood thinners. Read more...