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Have pain right leg 5 days. Ultrasound negative for blood clots. If swollen not a lot, not red just achy pain in thigh now calf what could it be?

May be muscular. Besides blood vessels and nerves in extremities, there are a lot of different muscles. Overuse in exercise and athletics are common causes for achy pain. If pain localizes or persists for prolonged time then other investigation as to etiology is necessary. Sometimes MRI is necessary. Very important that ultrasound was negative for blood clots, a serious situation requiring immediate appropriate Rx. Read more...

Should I go back ER? Pain in right leg 6days thigh-calf now left leg too. Not red if swollen not lot. Ultrasound neg for blood clots, feels better raised

Utrasound for both?l. did the ulrasound covered both legs or only the painful one at that time. any time there is any thiught that you might have DVT,you should get tested regardless what an old test showed. if you end up not having DVT this time,my advise invest on knee high pressure stocking and start wearing them on regular basis. Read more...

Sat on leg for 2hrs, stood up entire leg numb w foot very swollen red, relieved in 15 minutes now centralzed back pain 1hr. Blood clot? Was active today

Doubt blood clot. Unless you were almost motionless for those 2 hours (and even then), without knowing if you have any other risk factors (smoking, etc), i'd say it's extremely unlikely that you'd develop a clot that quickly. You were probably sitting in a position compressing some blood vessels and nerves somewhere and getting up eventually relieved that. Back pain also probably from how you were sitting. Read more...

I have a red bump that disappears and reappears when icing leg. I have pain in right side of calf under the knee and thigh. Could I have a blood clot?

Red bump on knees. May be clot or bakers cysts, or swelling from tendonosis, .Not sure why it reappears when icing as ice causes contraction that usually make things diminish in size( though ice can make things red due to inflammation if very cold-like in the winter). To detect clot need doppler ultrasound that would also note Baker's cyst and possibly some tendinosis. f/u w/doc. Read more...