A blood clot in the leg can be extremely dangerous. Anyone who is concerned that they may have a blood clot should see a medical professional right away; an ultrasound can often confirm the cause of the symptoms.
Throbbing or cramp-like pain in one leg is one of the most common symptoms of a blood clot. When it forms, most people feel pain in the affected area. In the absence of immediate treatment, the clot can continue to grow and the pain will intensify until day-to-day activities become difficult. At this point, a doctor may diagnose an individual with deep vein thrombosis or DVT.
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