Problems Caused From Deep Vein Thrombosis

October 10, 2014

(Undated)  --  The CDC says up to 600-thousand people are affected by deep vein thrombosis.  Doctor Natalie Evans says one symptom is bulging veins that weren't there before.  D-V-T is a blood clot that develops deep in the body, usually in the thigh, leg or pelvis.  About a third of people diagnosed with D-V-T suffer from post thrombotic syndrome due to the damage done by the blood clot.  P-T-S causes a burning sensation, cramping and heaviness in the legs.

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