Saw Dr for pain in knee&calf. She felt my leg and said she couldn't feel a blood clot. Can you "feel" a blood clot? She said it was back issues.

Possible , difficult. Sometimes you can if it is very extensive and superficial. If it's deep it's often tough to feel by physical exam. Better to get a venous Doppler U/S of your lower extremity from thigh to ankle if you are still concerned. .

Related Questions

I have a lot of leg and knee pain everyday, could I have leg cancer or a blood clot?

It could be less . To worry about: chronic muscle fatigue, arthritis, gout, rheumatoid, sciatica/ nerve impingement - have a physician check you out and mention your concerns to be sure they know about those as well. Read more...

I have knee pain for months dr said there is nothing wrong they check for blood clots and none, but I feel like I do have one need help what to do?

Knee pain. Some times there is no major damage to the knee that can be treated but it still hurts! One thing you can do is to strengthen your thigh muscles which support the knee in weight bearing. Walking can do that, climbing stairs regularly is good also. Elastic knee braces can provide temporary relief. Avoid flipflops and always use cushioned athletic shoes. Moist heat also helps. Good luck. Read more...

What to do if I can't tell if I have knee pain or a blood clot?

Get it evaluated. You need to have the leg evaluated if you have any valid reason to suspect a blood clot. You cannot tell for sure without an ultrasound of the leg. Read more...

Have pain in knee on top of it and on the sides and behind it no swelling no redness could it be blood clot?

Knee pain. Unlikely that this is a blood clot. It would not be expected that there would be pain on top of the knee and on the sides. Blood clots usually cause pain in the back of the knee primarily. Read more...
Knee pain. Very unlikely without major swelling below the knee. Read more...

Pain in back of calf close to back of knee could it be a blood clot? .

Ultrasound. A thorough duplex scan of the legs, done by a certified tech, will distinguish between a blood clot and other conditions. Read more...