What are the Common Symptoms of Deep Vein Thrombosis?

Obviously, symptoms of DVT includes swelling of the affected legs. The legs may feel warmer than usual and look much redder than the unaffected leg. The calf or thigh may ache or feel tender when you squeeze it or when you move. The symptoms on your legs are quite obvious, and they will affect your daily life when it gets much worse.

Pain on your legs or calf will get worse and last longer or become constant.

There may be more symptoms on your legs:

  • Swelling in the leg
  • Red, discolored, or white skin
  • A cord in a leg vein that can be felt by hand
  • Rapid hear beat
  • Slight fever
  • Warm skin
  • More visible surface veins
  • Tightness and tenderness on legs which may only occur when moving or walking


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