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What are the symptoms of a deep venous thrombosis?
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Dr. Ted King
Phlebology
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In brief: Pain and swelling
The most common symptoms of a deep venous thrombosis (DVT) are pain and swelling in one leg.
The swelling can just be below the knee or it can be the entire leg. Typically the pain is worth when putting weight on the leg and walking. How much pain and swelling depends on the size and location of the clot. It is also possible to have a DVT and have no symptoms whatsoever.

In brief: Pain and swelling
The most common symptoms of a deep venous thrombosis (DVT) are pain and swelling in one leg.
The swelling can just be below the knee or it can be the entire leg. Typically the pain is worth when putting weight on the leg and walking. How much pain and swelling depends on the size and location of the clot. It is also possible to have a DVT and have no symptoms whatsoever.
Dr. Ted King
Dr. Ted King
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Dr. Scott Bolhack
Wound care
1 doctor agrees
In brief: DVT
A source of a clot in the deep veins is usually in the legs.
The signs are pain, swelling, and redness. There are systemic signs if a portion of the clot dislodges and travels to the heart: shortness of breath, chest pain, hypoxia are some of these symptoms.

In brief: DVT
A source of a clot in the deep veins is usually in the legs.
The signs are pain, swelling, and redness. There are systemic signs if a portion of the clot dislodges and travels to the heart: shortness of breath, chest pain, hypoxia are some of these symptoms.
Dr. Scott Bolhack
Dr. Scott Bolhack
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