Relationship between blood clot in leg and venous pressure?

Yes, but... ....It is not the most important factor. Many people have high venous pressures due to venous insufficiency, and while this may increase your risk of dvt, things like immobility, cancer, hormones, and smoking increase it much more.
Indirect. High venous pressure is often a sign of venous incompetence (valves not working). Often dilated veins and slower venous flow are associated with this, which may lead to more blood clots. Risk factors more closely associated with blood clots (dvt's) are immobility, trauma, hormones, cancer, hypercoagulability and previous dvt.
Yes. Obstruction to venous flow, stagnation , slow flow state, inactivity will cause DVT ( deep vein thrombosis ) besides other systemic diseases that is the reason have to walk in long flights, and drives to prevent DVT and not to stay on the seat for hrs with out moving. .

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Pain in my right leg calf only get pain when I wear tight skinny jeans that put a lot of pressure on my leg No swelling. Could it b a blood clot?

Possible but unlikel. This will require that you see your physician and get an evaluation. This may be vascular or musculoskeletal. Read more...
Depression, Anxiety. Thank you for informing about Obesity, Diabetes and Birth Control pills. “wear tight skinny jeans that put a lot of pressure on my leg” can cause pain in the leg. It is unlikely that you have clot due to ‘no swelling, redness, numbness’. Diabetes and Birth Control pills are risk factors. See Physician for Diagnosis and Treatment. See Psychiatrist for Therapy for stress eating, self-esteem. Read more...

I have cramps in the calf of my right leg, should I be worried about blood clots though I'm on 81 mg's of baby asprin and also blood pressure meds?

Cramps. if her calf is tender, swollen and there is pain to pulling the foot back it may be a clot. if the leg is not swollen or tender it probably is not but if it continues it should be checked. Read more...

Male 28. Worked out today, running& box jumps etc. Hrs late pain in ankle and tender to touch or put pressure on. No swelling or redness. Blood clot?

Get checked. I doubt this is a blood clot however it is always better to play it safe and get it checked out by a foot and ankle specialist or at least your family doctor. . Read more...
Unlikely. Likely strain. Blood clots more often involve swelling. Blood clots in the area of the knee and above are those that are worrisome. All the best. Read more...

Male 28. Worked out today, running& box jumps etc. Hrs late pain in ankle and tender to touch or put pressure on. No swelling or redness. Blood clot?

Doubt it. Blood clots are typical in the calf region not the ankle region......you might of just overdone it. Try icing your ankle and taking an NSAID like alleve or Motrin if no contraindication. . Read more...

I've just been to doctor who said my blood pressure is fine. I still have calf pain, shin pain and thigh pain. Could this be a blood clot?

See below. Dvt is the term i believe you're referring to as a blood clot. Usual presentation will involve calf pain and swelling that is progressively unbearable. A screening test for this is called a venous doppler. This can be ordered by your medical physician .Usually a good thorough history and physical is able to rule out this condition. Go back to your medical doctor or seek out an orthopedic surgeon for evaluation. I would do this as soon as possible like tomorrow good luck thank you. Read more...

Localized deep pressure feeling in inner thigh near groin for months. Ultra sound clear for blood clots. Could it be nerve compression?

Yes. Could be a pinched nerve in your back. Occasionally it also could be a nerve entrapment of the genitofemoral nerve as well. Since its not resolving i would recommend an evaluation by a specialist like a physiatrist or physical medicine ; rehabilitation doctor who has specialized training in musculoskeletal and spine injuries. Read more...

Do you feel that most older adults would possibly benefit from a venous ultrasound/sonogram screen to see if there are dangerous blood clots in legs?

Screening ultrasound. There is really no benefit to screening for blood clots in older adults. If there are signs of blood clots and risk factors for developing clots ( immobility, malignancy, blood disorders, certain medications) then it is reasonable to check for blood clots. Blood thinners in older adults are not harmless, so without clear indications to start them, they should be avoided. . Read more...