Can charlie horses be a sign of a blood clot?

Signs of DVT. Classic signs/symptoms of lower extremity blood clot (calf dvt) include swelling, pain, and discoloration in the involved extremity. Palpable cord, edema, warmth, and dilation of surface veins in the involved leg may also be seen. Charlie hoarse is less likely to be from a clot. Knowing an individual's risk factors for developing DVT helps your dr determine relationship of presenting symptoms.

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Recovering from blood clots to both lungs. Had the sensation of a charlie horse in both calves. Is that normal?

It could be . Sometime this could happen because the recent blood clots, but if continue check it with your doctor to be sure it will come back again. Read more...