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... I was prescribed Lovenox, a daily injectable medication for 21 days. A nurse taught me how to do it (on either side of my stomach), plus there are online websites. Then I took 81mg of aspirin daily. Both were to prevent deep casein thrombosis or dvt's -- to prevent a blood clot from forming while I was fairly inactive while elevating my foot 23/7 for about 8 weeks. In... (9 replies)
... my risk for a blood clot was extremely low. Since taking Lovenox, I then switched to low dose aspirin, as I have continued to need to elevate my foot above my heart for over 6 weeks. ... (5 replies)
... my other surgeries several thus far I don't remember any problem. I just worry to much and have a bad case of General Anxiety Disorder which blows everything up in my mind worse than it is. ... (5 replies)

... The knot in the top of your foot is probably a blood clot in the artery. You are in serious danger of losing your foot if your description is accurate. Please have someone drive you or call for ambulance. ... (14 replies)
... I began to try to put some weight on my foot with my crutches, per the doctor's suggestion. This really hurt by the end of the day, so I didn't continue. ... (6 replies)
... and then the second picc line I know know made my arm bleed inside, pushing on nerves in my arm. BUT, at the same time my leg got worse. ... (240 replies)
... I just put the cream all over my foot and ankle and let it dry for awile before putting a shoe and sock on. ... (240 replies)
... Is anyone else on or have experience with blood clot prevention meds after flat foot reconstructive surgery? ... (5 replies)
... Is the warm feeling on the top of your foot or the bottom? ... (1 replies)
... I'm 52, I recently have been getting a warming sensation in my left foot. It started while standing on my feet at work at a cash register. ... (1 replies)
... I know its been awhile since this affair for you. I like to know how this all turned out for you. Im currently in the same situation having the Jones fracture surgery in July 0f 2008 and now about 6 months later am still have severe swelling in the calve. ... (3 replies)
Blood Clot??
Nov 27, 2007
... foot fusion. I t was in my calf and it hurt to put my leg against anything , like sitting on a couch with my legs resting on it. ... (2 replies)
Blood Clot??
Nov 16, 2007
... Has anyone had a blood clot following a bunionectomy or ankle fusion? ... (2 replies)
... an ultrasound would detect it. If you have a clot and they put you on coumadin it will only be on a temporary basis. ... (3 replies)
... to have a screw put in my 5th metatarsal. well while i was in the cast, i complained of bad pain in the back of my calf but they were not concerned. i had my cast off 4 weeks ago and my foot and calf are still really swollen but the pain has mostly subsided. ... (3 replies)
... injury incident where I was simply standing in my kitchen and felt a sting in my Achilles region. ... (1 replies)
... Although I did not have foot and ankle problems, I did have a complicated situation. Originally, I had hip surgery. ... (11 replies)
... Easter Sunday after a long day my left foot swelled up and never went down. ... (1 replies)
... However, with the calf pain you need to see a doctor sooner than that, as soon as you can in fact, to be sure that you don't have a blood clot. They often occur in the calf. ... (4 replies)
... left foot thanks again for your very caring and informative comments. It means the world to know others care and have been where we are. ... (53 replies)


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