Can propranolol cause leg pain or dvt?

Yes, no. Propranolol can cause leg pains and leg cramps specially if there is underlying blockage in the arteries of the legs. But it does not cause dvt.
Propranol/leg pain. Propranoloi is a beta blocker and can cause leg cramping and leg and ankle swelling. It is NOT a cause of DVT. If you are concerned about having a DVT then you should have a venous duplex ultrasound which is very accurate in identifying DVT from the groin to lower calves. Also a d- dimer blood test is a simple blood screening test for DVT if negative.

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Pain in right bump cheek some leg pain no swellin or redness no hist DVT no travel bc can DVT cause bum pain?

Dvt. given your description your pain and especially its location and lack of distal congestion it is unlikely to be due to dvt. However, since we don't have your medical history or meds it's not possible to be absolutely certain. If you are for some reason really concerned discuss with your doctor and have a vascular study. It is likely neurological like sciatic or muscular due to strain or both. Read more...

One prominent superficial vein on left leg, pain radiating up whole leg constantly burning pain. Dvt ruled out. Would sv cause this pain? Crps? Other?

Pain. Superficial thrombophlebitis is still possible. There are more possibilities not all vascular. Keep working with your doc to find the cause. Read more...
Sciatica? Unlikely to be vascular given symptoms. Seems like you're describing a radicular pain pattern ie sciatica. Could be a pinched nerve in the spine. If recommend you see a physician to be worked up appropriately. Read more...
Possibilities. If you have a superficial venous thrombosis you can certainly have significant pain, but it is usually associated with redness, swelling, and warmth over the affected vein. Burning pain often has a neurogenic origin. Crps (also called reflex sympathetic dystrophy) could be a possibillity but is typically associated with having had an injury of some kind (including surgery). See your doctor. Read more...

Obsessed with thoughts I'm dying from DVT every leg pain I panic?

Recognition. Hi. Recognition and acceptance of irrational thinking is halfway to a cure. See a psychiatrist and see what treatment options you have for obsessive/compulsive disorder. Your introspection, acceptance, and insight will serve you well. Good luck! Of course this assumes you don't really have recurrent DVTs! Good luck! Read more...

Dvt at 22 common? I have leg pain after my recent walking/exercise is this DVT or normal leg pains? No risk factors or history?

Rare. Dvt in a healthy person like you are is rare especially after increasing activity. Dvt would be related to long periods of inactivity (like sitting for long plane flights). Medical evaluation to determine the reason of your pain would be necessary. Read more...
Leg pain. Many things can cause leg pain. A DVT should be painful to calf compression all the time and not just after exercise. It could also cause things like swelling and redness of the leg. If the pain is only present after exercise, a more likely explanation could be either overuse or a temporary increase in the compartment pressure of your leg. See your primary care physician if you're concerned. Read more...

Leg pain d dimer negative at 178 cut off 250 but previous d dimer two weeks ago was 73 scared of dvt?

D-dimer. If d-dimer is below the cut off,it obviates the possibility of DVT. There is variation in numbers, based on whether you had a small bruise,minor cuts, reflux/gastritis( a source of elevated d-dimer as well), rheumatoid factor, liver disease ,pregnancy , rarely malignancy. An ovefilled tube would also increase th d-dimer,Would not worry. Read more...
DVT. IF you have calf pain you should get a venus duppler of your leg. That way you can rule out a DVT. Read more...
DVT is unlikely. DVT is unlikely. Need more info to be specific. Read more...
Would look elsewhere. D dimer is very sensitive 'there are many causes of leg pain a venous ultrasound is the best test to be sure. Read more...
D-DIMER not specific. D-dimer is significant when it is negative since it excludes clot formation. A positive d-dimer, however, is not diagnostic of a clot since it can be positive for other reasons. In a low risk patient with a negative d-dimer, the chances of a DVT are very low. Read more...

End of october drove ny to va and back in a weekend. Started with leg pain month and half later and had 2 neg d dimers in december. Chance it's a dvt?

Not likely. Driving would not have precipitated DVT a month later. A negative d-dimer rules out DVT in better than 97% of the cases. With two negative d-dimers, DVT is not likely to be the cause of your leg pain. Read more...

Had RT leg pain, for a week now gone. Now abdomen hurts on and off. Should I be worried for DVT?

Only way. to know for sure is by getting a duplex ultrasound. If the pain is gone now, you have no swelling, you are not taking birth control pills, and you don't smoke, risk is low. If you do, you should see a doctor. Read more...
R leg pain. Unless leg was swollen when painful unlikely a DVT. If it was see your physician. If not, unlikely stomach pain is connected to abdominal pain. If abdominal pain in R upper side beneath ribs, see your physician for further work up. Read more...
Doubt DVT. but should see your doctor to have thse symptoms checked. Read more...

2 ultrasounds in a week 3 ddimers of 307. Dr says no dvt. I still have leg pain after 2 weeks. What are chances it's still a clot? Worried.

Low chance . No all dvt's will be seen on ultrasound, not all elevated d-dimers mean dvt. And leg pain can be caused by many other things besides dvt. In this instance our doctor will consider the pre-test probability (your risk factors) for for presence of dvt. Very unlikely this is DVT with two negative ultrasounds. Venography can be considered depending on risk factors. Read more...
Needs further eval. D-dimer is a very non specific blood test. A negative d-dimer and a negative venous ultrasound rule out DVT . Your leg pain does not seem to go along with a DVT especially with 2 normal ultrasounds. Since the d-dimer can be elevated for many reasons , a ct of the iliac and proximal femoral veins would complete your evaluation and definitively make or rule out the diagnosis. Read more...