Genetic can play an important role when it comes to deep vein thrombosis. If someone in your family has had DVT or has had any other similar complications resulting in blood clots, then you are more susceptible to deep vein thrombosis. As that genetics can play a very important part in DVT, and you think that you may be experiencing some of the symptoms associated with it, it would be a good idea to attempt to discover if deep vein thrombosis has ever affected anyone directly related to you. This can assist physicians by assigning the appropriate risk factors to your medical chart.
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