Very mild pain and occ. Mild spasms in calf. No pain walking, standing, or laying. Dvt? Scared and have no insurance.

DVT/calf pain. The way to prove or disprove DVT of the leg would be a venous duplex ultrasound. This test carries a very high success rate of showing DVT between the groin and lower calf. If this is too expensive a test then you may want to try a d-dimer blood test which, if negative, is a strong support for no dvt.
No. The critical finding in DVT is swelling of one leg but not the other. Pain may be present but isn't the key symptom. You sound like you have a sore muscle.

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