Just Vlog about my blood clot experience.
Deep venous thrombosis (DVT) refers to a blood clot embedded in one of the major deep veins of the lower legs, thighs, or pelvis. A clot blocks blood circulation through these veins, which carry blood from the lower body back to the heart. The blockage can cause pain, swelling, or warmth in the affected leg.
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Hay sir great video my mom is going throw the same thing did the treatment work for I hope it did but if u don't mind asking how long did it took for u to get better and on your feet and on your bike if i hope u see my comment and repli thank u god bless u
Hi, how long you took xarelto, and did it work? did you keep your foot elevated all the time or you were doing exercise and activates etc? I need to know what to do to prevent the blood clot from traveling to heart?
I have swelling on my left calf and muscle soreness as if I worked out the day before and I have tingling in my left foot also when I stand or sit to long. Do you think this could be a blood clot cuz I don't have any pain and can do most of my every day stuff with no problems.
I've been keeping a habit of putting my leg up whenever I sit or lay down. I think my DR. wants to schedule a ultrasound sooner like in a few weeks. I really appreciate your input as it's better to hear from people who go through the same problems. As educated as they are, DR. can only guess what others are going through if they haven't experienced it themselves. So thank you for your replies!
Or I should ask... are your calfs the same size now? It seems like it is your most recent videos with you on the beach but I'm not sure. When I mentioned that at the "end of the day" it gets bigger again it feels tighter but I can walk normal. They said my clot was pretty big and was probably worst than yours so I'm just wondering how long it might be like this...
your situation is almost exactly like mine. right calf and thought it was muscle pain cuz I work out a lot. I road it off, slowly got bigger and worst. Went through all the stages at the hospital as you. I love to hear how you are doing now? It's been little over a month for me now. Walking fine. But notice my right calf still gets bigger. When I wake up I measure and they seem almost same. But end of the day it gets bigger. How long did it completely go away for you? Hope to hear your reply!
.every week i had INR blood tests and all of this was for 9 months.now i am better clot is gone,but sometimes the post thrombotic syndrom it comes and goes(usually pain).so its better to wear the compression socks as much as you can,and walk and swim a lot!!!take care guys n girls.
after a month while i was home recovering i started having a constant and serious pain on my left calf while i was walking.slowly i couldnt walk at all while the pain was getting stonger.so i went to my doc and he told me to go straight to the ER.there the docs found DVT and they kept me for ten days in bed without moving at all.after leaving the hospital i kept on heparine for 10 days and then sintrom pills(same as warfarin) on different dose because i had to keep my inr ratio between 2 and 3.
hi there!i am a 36yo male and after a bad car accident i had on jan of 2009 while i was returning home from my one month new bbq place(a drunk guy with huge volvo tractor running a STOP sign hit me from the right side of my brand new RAV4) ,i got serious injuries and a surgery on my ear that have been destroyed,i had several hematoma in my head,but doctors couldnt give me the proper anti clot therapy with heparine because of f the high risk of internal head bleeding.
i have the same problem as u do Ken. i have 7 in my left arm and one in right leg. i went 2 the er and they said there was nothing wrong so i went to my primary care doctor n he said there was nothing finally after the fourth time going they did a test on me and admitted to the hospital, i have been in the hospital 2 times that time n time before. its very painful. i was in the hospital for 4 days. Thank God he didnt take me home. he has a reason 4 me 2 be on the earth. get well son Ken.
@KBDProductionsTV I got three at 39 They weren't sure why. I thought it was muscular and ignored it a bit long.
Because I did, I have distended veins and every now and then get Venous Ulcers on my foot. Just putting that out there for you.
Your advice to see a doctor soon is dead on. Good post!!
@KBDProductionsTV Ken, did you take any steroid, cortisone, or have a surgery before this clot? Any eye drops, etc? Just curious. Steroids tend to destroy cartilage, and when it breaks down, where does it go? Warfarin side effects are clots, gangrene and cognitive decline. Docs are hard sell on this stuff, but there are natural ways to thin the blood...
Ken, just starting my Lovenox shots for DVT in left calf after surgery to fix my meniscus. Starting warfarin today or tomorrow. I am active like you, this is like a prison sentence. How did the story end up for you? Are you back to your active routine? Do you have to limit what you can do? I don't see why they don't just give the "clot buster" treatment and dissolve the clot?
i have been dealing with this my whole life, i am now 35 and going in for my fifth surgery to have my graft in my right thigh opened up. I have been on warfirin for the last three years, although the warfirin helps it is not a permanent cure. i wish u well
Did you feel a lump at all? Is your clot gone?I have a soft lumo near my shin bone and I am worried that it is a clot. There is no pain other than a couple days ago I had pins and needles in my toes and it's happened a couple times since. Did you have any of these symptoms?
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