Common symptoms of a blood clot in the leg include pain that feels like a bad cramp, swelling, reddish or bluish skin discoloration, and warmth radiating from the skin, according to the National Blood Clot Alliance. Deep... More »

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Blood clots in legs are caused by a number of factors, but the most common cause is not being active enough, according to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Other causes of blood clots in legs include bad veins,... More »

To treat a blood clot, or thrombosis, in the leg, doctors use medications, such as blood thinners or clotbusters, and implanted blood filters when these medications cannot be used, according to Mayo Clinic. Compression s... More »

Symptoms of a blood clot in the leg, or deep vein thrombosis, include pain and swelling in the leg with the clot, generally beginning in the calf and feeling like soreness or a cramp. In some cases, clots can occur witho... More »

According to the National Blood Clot Alliance, symptoms of a blood clot in the arm include swelling, pain, tenderness, reddish or bluish skin discoloration, and being warm to the touch. If these symptoms are present, imm... More »

Symptoms of a blood clot in the calf, also known as deep vein thrombosis, include swelling, pain and tenderness, especially with standing or movement, and warmth or redness in the affected leg, according to WebMD. The le... More »

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Symptoms of a blood clot in the hip include leg swelling, pain or tenderness in the upper leg, a warm sensation in the swollen or painful area, and discolored skin, states the Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome Foundatio... More »