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What does DVT pain feel like?

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Dr. Paul Williams
Family Medicine
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In brief: Symptoms of DVT

The affected limb becomes swollen and tight.
Since its a venous issue - pulses are still present. However, the limb is swollen and tender to touch. It may also be warmer. It will be painful to walk if it affects the legs.

In brief: Symptoms of DVT

The affected limb becomes swollen and tight.
Since its a venous issue - pulses are still present. However, the limb is swollen and tender to touch. It may also be warmer. It will be painful to walk if it affects the legs.
Dr. Paul Williams
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