Natural supplements that may help dissolve blood clots include turmeric, ginger and vitamin E, according to Healhline. Regular aerobic exercise can also help, states WebMD.
Blood clots in the brain can be dissolved with medications such as thrombolytics and anticoagulants that prevent clots from forming, according to the American Society of Hematology. In some cases, a catheter-directed thrombolysis is surgically inserted to administer clo...
A blood clot in the leg is known as deep vein thrombosis, and a combination of compression stockings and medications successfully treats the clot in many patients, according to WebMD. Elevating the leg and taking five or six walks a day make the medications even more ef...
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, recent surgeries, heart trouble, previous blood c...
It is normal for blood clots to form after injury, but if they become dangerous, doctors may inject thrombolytic agents to dissolve the blood clots, according to the Society for Vascular Surgery. Common thrombolytic agents include tissue plasminogen activator and strept...
Blood clots in the leg usually appear red and swollen, but they can take on different appearances depending on the location. In contrast, blood clots in the heart and lungs are not immediately visible.
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 stockings are used to prevent swelling.