Tickle in neck throat blood clot?

Not likely. A tickle in your neck or throat is not a symptom of a blood clot. It is much more likely to be coming from an allergy or post nasal drainage of mucous.

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Tingling in neck, face and hands. Headaches off and on. Is it possible I have a blood clot?

Theoretically. Theoretically it's possible a blood clot could cause those symptoms but highly unlikely. You'll probably need to see a neurologist in clinic to sort out the possibilities. Read more...
Probably not. Of course, all things are possible, but your description does not sound like a blood clot. Frankly, it sounds much more like an anxiety reaction. I would tell your doctor about it and let him or her do any appropriate testing, after they examine you, to make sure. Then, they can begin appropriate treatment if it is really needed. Read more...

14 y/o son 6 mnth p/o T and A... 2 days of throat and neck pain with a headache. Tonight he coughed and instantly felt better when a pea sized blood clot came out?

Good for him! You should still keep your follow up appointment with ENT. Should there be any other concerns before then, you need to call and be seen much sooner. Surgeries are not without complications, so you certainly don't want to miss it. Read more...

Recently had an adenotonsillectomy and it feels like there is lots of blood clots in my throat. Help?

Go to the ER. Post-tonsillectomy bleeding can be very dangerous. If there are clots or active bleeding present, call your surgeon and/or go to the ER right away. Read more...

My dad suffering from prostate cancer. Blood clots after chemotherapy while clearing throat. Any advise on it?

Check Blood Counts. Being on chemotherapy can drop blood counts and can cause irritation in throat which can result in bleeding. Please be sure to discuss this with your dad's chemotherapy doctor immediately. Read more...
Low blood counts. Chemotherapy may decrease blood cell counts and this may cause minimal bleeding from mucosal surfaces. Talk to your doctor who gives you chemotherapy. He may need an ENT exam if this persists or worsens. Read more...

The past two days I have woken up with a big blood blob that is dark red almost black, starting higher than where my uvula is and it slowly, within a 45 min span slides down my throat until its all clear again and the blood clot is gone. I have no idea wh

Many sources. This indicates that the blood comes from somewhere in or around the mouth. For example, could you have bitten the inner lining of your mouth or the tongue? It is also possible that this may be from a upper nosebleed. If this continues, you should at least ask your dentist to check it out for you. Read more...