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Swelling and pain in leg, done color doppler test. Should I walk frequently?

sir my age is 20 weight 87 kg.recently i got swelling and pain in my limb of left leg below knees doctor suggested colour doopler says that blood is not circulating from down to up is i get hospitalised for 4 day the treatment consist of drip, injections and medicines now its 10 days i take rest at home my pain is gone completely but there is some swelling doctor suggested me dvt stocking socks.should i walk now frequently?what precautions should i take?and what exercise to do?
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Prolonged posture in any one position / as also pressure on any part - is not good.
Regular isotonic exercise is good.
Weight reduction is a must.
Use the stockings when you are up and about - remove while sleeping.
You may need investigations to look for any underlying cause of clotting - in view of your young age, it is worth undertaking - despite the cost, inconvenience and low success rate.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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