What tests check for blood clot disorders?

Blood clot. There are many blood tests to look for clotting disorders, both clotting too much and not quickly enough. If you are having active bleeding problems you should see your physician asap. If you are concerned about an inherited disorder blood tests can help here too.
It depends. If you are talking about blood issues there is a series of tests to check for hypercoauglable state ask your doctor if you are talking about local issues then sonogram.

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Had to go to e.r with extreme arm pain, given doplar to check for blood clot in arm. Would the blood test they did have tested for clots all over?

Well Kind of.... The blood samples were taken to run a series of tests known as coagulation studies. The results would show if there are any blood clotting abnormalities that may be contributing to your condition. Read more...

If someone wants to check all blood clots in the entire body (both deep and superficial)what specific scans or tests should be done?

No one test. Us for the arms and legs and ct angiogram of the chest to evaluate the pulmonary arteries, but only if medically necessary. All superficial veins in the body cannot be imaged as a screen. Can use us for focal evaluation of superficial veins. Read more...

Aching arm after blood test. No issues when giving blood or blood disorders. Is it something horrible like a blood clot? Do I need to see Dr again?

Is it swollen,red. or firm? If a superficial vessel gets a clot from a blood draw it will not travel to heart lung or brain. May have a mild thrombophlebitis . Use warm compresses and try advil (ibuprofen) or alieve. If red warm to touch or getting worse see a doctor to make sure it is not infected. Read more...

I have severe edema in my legs and feet. Standard tests were done to check pulses and blood clots. All normal. What could be causing it?

Depends . It appears the ruled out lower extremity vascular obstruction. Is the edema worse when you stand for long? Renal diseases, liver disease and congestive heart failure especially if associated with dypsnea on exertion are some diseases to consider. Read more...

I have both legs hurts bad all the time. I had a ultrasound they check for vascular disease it came back normal. No blood clot. I'm tired of the pain.

See pain management. specialist. There are many and various illnesses which could cause bad pain in both legs, (e.g. pinched nerve, peripheral neuropathy,etc.). I can appreciate your concerned about your health, but finding a proper diagnosis and treatment may be the answer to your worries. Rec.: see pain management specialist for consultation, labs and imaging (if needed). Take good care. Read more...

Can anyone get a antiphospholipid test? Or do you need a history of blood clots? Heard of pregnant women not knowing they had the disorder cause no Hx

Tests. That discussion should be held between you and your Doctor. There has to be a reason for an individual to run a hypercoagulable workup on you. A blood clot, family history, other causes for concernnote that with every blood test there can be false positives and this is the reason why we don't run all but ass on everybody. We should only run them on individuals that we have a highsuspicion. Read more...