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Pain and swelling in the leg. Difficulty in walking. Could this be due to a blood clot?

I started driving a truck for a living 4 months ago and shortly after I started having this leg pain in my left leg backside from butt thru my calf it feels deep inside close to the bone making it difficult to walk or streach and I noticed my left foot looks swollen is it signs of a blood clot my aunt died 2 yrs ago from a blood clot after having leg pains
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Pain in the calf along with a swelling of the foot could be related to deep vein thrombosis. You need to get it examined and a color doppler scan for the blood flow will help in the proper diagnosis and further treatment.
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Answered: Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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