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How To Tell If You Have A Blood Clot

Blood clots can very dangerous. They are formed in your arms or legs and
break off and travel to your heart or lungs. A pulmonary embolism is a
blood clot in your lungs. It is a true emergency and requires immediate
hospitalization. A pulmonary embolism can kill you if untreated.

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· Signs and Symptoms of a Blood Clot in the Leg
· How to Tell If You Have a Blood Clot in Your Leg

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Step one - Look over your legs and arms. Do you have:

• A warmer spot in your leg or arm

• Ruddy or red area in the leg or arm in that occurs on only one side

• A new swelling or heavy feeling in your arm or leg

• Pain in your leg (especially


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