Is it possible to have DVT in front of lower leg pain slightly to right varicose veins no swelling just pain?

Most likely not. DVT pain mostly in the calf because that where the deep vein is . if you are having a pain around your varicoses vein it could be your superfical veins not your deep one. to be sure get venous doppler to ruled out the DVT.
Leg pain and DVT. Varicose veins do not cause DVT but you can get DVT and have varicose veins. There are many reasons to cause leg pain and DVT is just one of them. DVT can occur even without leg pain. If you have pain in your legs, varicose veins and are concerned about a DVT then you should see a vein specialist for a full venous evaluation including a venous ultrasound.

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Can varicose veins hurt to touch having big panic attack fearing DVT no swelling no redness no risk factors?

Possibly. Sometimes varicose veins can become inflamed - Phlebitis. Sometimes small blood clots can occur - Thrombophlebitis. I would suggest seeing your doctor for an ultrasound as this will give you the most information. Good luck. Read more...
Pain. You can get pain in varicose veins, which are superficial to the skin. This is not a marker for deep vein thrombosis. I would recommend a venous Doppler-sonogram to allay your fears. Read more...

Petrified I have DVT no swelling or heat but varicose veins hurt suffer from health aniexty?

Check with yor doc. Sometimes health anxiety can be a good thing as it can get you to see your doctor and get proper treatment. Deep Ven Thrombosis ( DVT) can be a serious condition but it is treatable It is important to see your medical doctor for evaluation and treatment before any serious complications occur. Read more...
Anxiety shows itself. In may ways. Once can mentally obsess over things that frighten the person or do behaviors to keep danger away, e.g., ritual behaviors, checking and re-checking. Physically there can be heart palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating, sleeplessness, etc. Please go to a mental health professional for support if you think you have an anxiety disorder. Read more...

Got varicose veins in 1 leg. Area just under knee on back throbbing. Got bruises near but it hurts above it. Better (still there) when walking. Dvt?

best to get it . Checked in the unlikely event that you have a dvt. But since DVT can lead to serious complications and are treatable, please call you doctor monday. Read more...
Baker cyst. An ultrasound is definitive and critical to get. Though what you have sounds like a baker's cyst - a benign fluid filled cyst - pain or swelling in this area can always potentially be a DVT and must have an ultrasound to rule that out. Go to an urgent care and call ahead to make sure they have ultrasound if you are looking for the most economical option. A phlebologist can also check you. Read more...

How long should pain last if it is muscle pain? Blood test ruled out DVT & told likely muscle pain behind leg with varicose veins? Leg not red or warm

highly variable. Muscle pain can last moments or months. The hallmark of DVT is asymmetric swelling. Get a tape measure and carefully determine the diameter of your calf at the same level on both sides - if they're not about the same, you need an ultrasound. Read more...
Probably not muscle. If you have a varicose vein there, that may be the cause of the pain and this is more persistent than simple muscle pain. This can be treated with endovenous ablation or sclerotherapy. Talk to a vein specialist or phlebologist. Read more...

Diagnosed calf DVT in feb, on warfarin, asymptomatic since, new pain and development of apparent varicose veins in right thigh x3 day, is this normal?

No and yes. New pain would be worrisome for new clot. Unfortunately, the vein valves can be damaged after a clot, and varicose veins and/or chronic swelling can happen. Read more...
Maybe. This could be due to the DVT or because of worsening of the dvt. I recommend you call your dr and get evaluated. You may need another ultrasound and blood work to check your inr. Best case scenario is just related to the dvt, but you don't want it to be anything else like worsening of the dvt. Read more...
Common not normal . Having superficial varicose veins develop after a DVT is common. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't treat them and try to prevent post-thrombotic syndrome. Guidelines for post-dvt include compression stockings for 2 years to reduce those complication. See miamibeachvein.Com for info or phlebology.Org for a vein specialist in your area. Read more...
Dvt. I would recommend that this be evaluated with a venous Doppler sonogram to determine the reason for this new onset of pain. This is not a normal occurrence, and should be evaluated as soon as possible. Read more...

I am experiencing leg pain, varicose veins, difficulty walking and calf swelling. The following also describe me: Leg swelling and Leg tenderness. What should I do?

Be seen. You need to be seen particularly if the symptoms are new or worsening. If you have a history of varicose veins, you should be evaluated by a vascular surgeon promptly. Read more...

Can wrapping your legs around each other more than once cause varicose veins / deep vein thrombosis?

Unlikely. Very unlikely especially for short periods of time but for long periods and sitting like in airplanes then yes it can increase risk of dvt. Read more...
No. Despite what you might have heard many times before, crossing your legs doesn't cause varicose veins. It also probably isn't possible to cross your legs twice for long enough to give you a deep vein thrombosis, unless you were dehydrated and had an underlying inherited increased tendency to clot too easily in the first place. Your legs would likely fall asleep first. Read more...
No. Simply crossing your legs or wrapping your legs will not cause varicose veins or deep venous thrombosis. Varicose veins are typically gentically acquired and not related to leg positioning. Deep venous thrombosis can be caused by many things, including prolonged stationary state for too many hours without movement, but simply crossing the legs would not cause a DVT. Read more...
Wrapping legs. Wrapping legs has not been shown to increase the likelihood of causing varicose veins or acute deep vein thrombosis. You could get DVT if you crossed your legs "Indian style" for many many hours without getting up and walking. There is no hard data regarding this observation. Read more...

Leg pain x1 week hard to pinpoint where sometimes calf sometimes back of thigh. No redness or swelling. Visible vein on inside back knee. DVT?

Leg pain. Can not rule out - any risk factors such as prolonged plane or car rides or recent surgery. Any history of prior clots. Could also be baker's cyst back of knee - check for swelling in the back of the knee. If continues - should get evaluated especially if your leg begins to swell. Read more...