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6 silent signs of blood clots! By knowing which you can avoid a big loss
Many times a blood clot is good, especially if you are injured and want to stop the bleeding.
But often a blood clot can be life-threatening, especially if it is in the arteries near the muscles.
Blood clots can lead to many other diseases including heart attack and stroke, and can damage the lungs and other body organs.
But how will it be known if the blood begins to clot or clots form in the body? So following are some clear signs of it.
1 Swelling of an arm or leg
Swelling of a leg or hand is one of the most obvious signs of a blood clot, as a result of a blood clot, the blood supply to the leg is blocked and the blood begins to collect at the site where the clot forms. Swelling, if ever your hand or leg becomes swollen and accompanied by pain, you should consult a doctor immediately.
2 Pain in hand or foot
Usually the pain of a blood clot is accompanied by other symptoms such as swelling or redness, but many times it is just the pain, which is often dismissed as a muscle spasm or strain which can be dangerous. Yes, according to medical experts, the pain caused by blood clots attacks when you walk or lift your leg. If the skin is warm or discolored, see a doctor.
3 Heading on vol
If the skin becomes redder than usual, it can also be a sign of a blood clot, a blood clot somewhere makes the affected area red while the hand or foot feels warmer than usual.
4 Chest pain
Chest pain that you may think is a heart attack but it could also be a clot, in fact both have similar symptoms, the pain from a blood clot is sharp and stabbing, especially worse when taking a deep breath. When a heart attack occurs, the patient feels pain radiating to the shoulders, jaws, or neck.
5 Shortness of breath or rapid heartbeat
A blood clot in the lungs slows down the flow of oxygen, causing the heart to beat faster while breathing becomes shorter. You may also feel faint. Get medical help immediately if this happens.
6 Coughing for no reason
If the cough is accompanied by shortness of breath, heart palpitations or chest pain that does not stop, this is a clear sign of a clot. Should consult a doctor. Contact Noor Health Life for more information. noormedlife@gmail.com

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