There are several good home treatments for blood clots including walking, taking care of the feet and losing weight, explains Home Remedy Central. Blood clots are most commonly found in the legs and must be looked at rig... More »

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Symptoms of blood clots in the legs may include cramps or Charley horses. The affected leg may swell and be painful, tender or warm to the touch with bluish or reddish discoloration, according to National Blood Clot Alli... More »

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... More »

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Some treatments for nosebleeds and nasal blood clots include self-treating at home by pinching your nose shut until the bleeding stops, applying a cold compress to your nose and using a nasal decongestant spray to close ... More »

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It is possible to get blood clots in your feet from thrombocythemia or thrombocytosis, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. If blood clots form in the tiny blood vessels of the feet, it makes the f... More »

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Men only experience blood clots in their urine from injury or medical conditions that require treatment, making it uncommon in healthy men. Not all men who suffer from the conditions have urinary blood clots, but when cl... More »

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Although there are some forms of home treatment for blood clots, such as taking blood thinners and wearing compression stockings, blood clots are a serious condition and require medical treatment, according to the Agency... More »

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