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... Last week I had the same issue just a warm sensation in my lower legs that would come and go every day all day. There was no pain and it was not warm to touch just warm on the inside of my leg. ... (4 replies)
Leg pain
Jan 18, 2004
... When I had DVT, my right leg was huge, very hard, reddened, warm to touch and somewhat painful. I was at work and when I got home I noticed my leg. I didn't do anything that night, but next morning, it was horrible so off to the ER. ... (9 replies)
... warm flush feeling in my left leg. I was so relieved to read about this symptom in other women, young and not so young. All healthy. ... (0 replies)

Hot leg
Mar 10, 2012
... have you mentioned this to your doctor.. I would...warmth is generally not a good sign.. Could be phlebitis, cellulitis or another clot forming..mention it to your Dr.. ... (1 replies)
Hot leg
Mar 9, 2012
... I had surgery to my achilles tendon Sept 2011, since then i got a blood clot and am being treated with coumadin. ... (1 replies)
... it sounds like sciatica to me..... ... (4 replies)
... I've had this warm sensation for almost a week now. ... (4 replies)
... Does your leg feel warm to the touch? ... (4 replies)
... And also, my right leg around my knee feels like it is on fire, but not warm to the touch. Is that normal with a blood clot? ... (1 replies)
... Doc has said it is INFLAMMATION IN THE VEINS of my calf and has given me a course of Ibrofen to take along with pain killing meds. Dont know if this is any help to you, hoping so. ... (2 replies)
Blood clots
Feb 18, 2009
... Swelling of the leg, redness, warm to the touch, gradually increasing pain, cramps (especially at night) and something I never experienced (I've had multiples before properly being diagnosed) was whitish or bluish skin. Read up on them here: (2 replies)
... I had a blood clot in my left leg so I will tell you my symptoms. It started in my lower calf, which I had excruciating pain. It was also very warm to the touch. As it moved up the pain moved so for example as it entered my thigh my calf didn't hurt but my thigh had the same excruciating pain. ... (4 replies)
... I was diagnosed with a DVT in my left leg about a month ago. Massive clotting from ankle to the groin. I am on coumadin, or at least trying to get regulated. I too have similar burning pain, some days worse than others. My leg is also grossly swelled and warm to the touch. ... (5 replies)
... I had two blood clots in one leg and one clot in the other. My symptoms were severe tightness in my legs, a heaviness, and pain, especially when walking. ... (10 replies)
... I would like to know the answer to your question too. My husband has a DVT and a PE in each lung. Diagnosed at the end of May. ... (9 replies)
... constantly ache, swelling, redness, may be red and warm to the touch. If you have any of these symptoms, you can have a doppler ultrasound done to double check. Hope this helps. ... (6 replies)
... When I had a deep vein thrombosis my leg was reddened and really swollen and hard. There was no doubt that something was wrong. I came home from work on a Sat. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you for your reply I have been using warm compresses but not wet ones, I will give this a try. The leg is very sensitive to the touch and it is very uncomfortable wearing anything. ... (10 replies)
Blood clot?
Sep 7, 2006
... I am a 57 year old male that has had many blood clots one very recently in my right leg calf area. ... (2 replies)
... I have a bump the size of a half dollar on the backside of my left knee. It is like a delineated fatty bump. My leg is not swollen or discolored or warm. The bump does not hurt to the touch. I am concerned because it was not there before. ... (1 replies)

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