I have pain in back of thigh mainly on movement no swelling or heat would u have pain in back of thigh with dvt?

Leg pain. Yes it is possible to have pain as described with DVT there are many other possible causes, get more help/advice by in person or on line formal consultation.

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Is non specific calf, thigh, groin pain that has persisted over months probably not dvt? No swelling, heat, or discloration. 27 healthy male

Pain. Doesn't sound like dvt. Ought to see a doc and get it checked. May be musculoskeletal but symptoms are not specific. Read more...
Not dvt. It would b rare for a 27yo to develop blood clots unless you have an underlying predisposition or disease that would cause it. The symptoms u describe would not be a blood clot either as they would worsen and possibly cause worse health issues over that period of time. More likely musculoskeletal like a strain or bruise that hasn't had a chance to heal because of where it is located. Read more...
Probably not. The pain of DVT is typically not vague -- it is due to the swelling of the leg, and the inflammation around the vein that has clot in it. That being said, many DVT patients have no pain. Read more...
Likely not. Symptoms of leg or groin pain, swelling heat, heaveness, and tenderness all can occur around when a DVT first forms but most likely reduces with in a few weeks. Read more...

Pain in thigh left leg no swelling heat or redness achyness worried about dvt no recent travel or ops should I worry?

Hard to tell. If you are active, not terribly.overweight and have no history or family history of DVT it would be unusual there are usually three things that need to combine for dvt: abnormal veins Stagnant blood and abnirmality in you bliod clotting a pulled muscle is more likely however if you dont think this izr the case a venous ultrasound ia best test. Read more...

Convinced I have dvt and going to die had four scans on one leg two on other but I am still scared they missing something no swelling or heat just pain behind knee cant cope anymore?

Leg pain. Look for other reasons for the leg pain. A possible cyst, like a baker's cyst is more likely. Talk to your doctor about your anxiety. Read more...
R/O BAKER'S CYST. Your SX are suggestive of a bakers cyst that may be leaking or potentially ruptured. You need to be examined and have an US (OF THE KNEE)or potentially MRI of the knee performed On the affected knee and calf. Seek prompt medical attention. Also ortho consult for steroid injection vs arthroscopic removal. UNLIKELY TO BE A DVT, BAKERS CYST could have been missed or potentially ruptured. Read more...
Doubt DVT. With 4 neg scans, it is HIGHLY unlikely that u have a DVT. A CT or MRI may show something, though, it is doubtful that there is a serious medical problem causing pain in both legs behind the knee. Read more...

I have great swelling in my foot and calf had a DVT many years ago but leg does not radiate heat do I need heparin??

Activity level? Probably don't need heparin but would strongly recommend compression stockings especially at times when you know you will be sitting, standing, or immobile for any long period. Daily aspirin 81mg probably a good idea if not allergic but for more potent blood thinning should have venous evaluation and vascular consult. Read more...
Dvt. Would recommend evaluation as quickly as possible Swelling is a real symptom of dvt even though other things can be at play. Read more...