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Calf pain, blood test shows clot, no redness or swelling. Help

hi. I have pain in my right calf below my knee ... i have had tests.. ultrasound came back negative for dvt ... blood test said that i have a clot but he wasn t worried because this can be false sometimes due to break down of the blood cells or something... anyways this pinching pain is driving me insane and seems to be getting worse.. i feel like an idiot because i feel asthough im going insane with this feeling... doctor stated he doesn t know what it is.. there is no redness or swelling.. so can you please help me to find out what is going on.. it wakes me up in the night and it is driving me nuts .. i have had this issue for over 2 weeks now..
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Hello and thank you for sending your question.

It is possible that you had a small blood clot in a small vein. I would recommend that you continue local therapy to that area which includes warm compresses and take ibuprofen three times per day for the next 10 days or so. I would suggest that you talk to your doctor about having a repeat ultrasound performed within the next two weeks to reassess this area.

Thanks again for sending your question.

Dr. Galamaga
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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