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Is there any permanent solution for DVT ?

hi i'm 32. I hve 7yrs son. after 1-2 mnths after delivery I got DVT . for 1-2 yrs i took Acitrom then discontinued. again started after 4yrs after gettng aborted because doctors said i'm not supposed to conceive. now 20days back i got it scanned n they say its clear no clottngs but vericose near ankle. and now I find there its become reddish and that part is very painful and hard i'm not even able to wear stockings. Is there any permanent solution for DVT because that leg has become dark and its swollen a bit.
Asked On : Fri, 2 Jul 2010
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Thanks for the query
If your limb is hard and has changed it's color, please go to the ER now!
Dvt does not have a permanent solution, it needs to be treated with anticoagulants. There are chances dvt might get dislodged into a more vital organ like brain, lungs, etc. Meet a vascular surgeon

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