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Mild,constant pain in the back of the thigh, doppler does not show clots. Reason for pain?

I had 2 blood clots in right calf in 2009 that did not disolve -been on coumadin since then beeen having mild pain in back of right thigh not severe like before but rather constant -- the last doppler did not show clots in right calf and no problems located in femoral veins ????? but still have discomfort ? e-mail YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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The pain in thighs is due to Post thrombotic syndrome. Its seen after recanalization of thrombotic vessels occur. Taking analgesics like Ibuprofen will definitely provide the much needed relief.
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