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Does a single swollen foot usually mean you have a blood clot?

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Dr. Vasu Brown
Wound care
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In brief: Lymphedema

If leg is painful you might have blood clot or cellulitis, non painful could be lymphedema.

In brief: Lymphedema

If leg is painful you might have blood clot or cellulitis, non painful could be lymphedema.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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In brief: Possibly

If a patient presented with a history of sudden pain and swelling in one foot and leg, a blood clot must always be considered as part of a differential diagnosis.
I would recommend immediate evaluation by your primary care physician. There are other reasons why you may have swelling in one limb but a clot should be ruled out.

In brief: Possibly

If a patient presented with a history of sudden pain and swelling in one foot and leg, a blood clot must always be considered as part of a differential diagnosis.
I would recommend immediate evaluation by your primary care physician. There are other reasons why you may have swelling in one limb but a clot should be ruled out.
Dr. Glenn Aufseeser
Dr. Glenn Aufseeser
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