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10 Signs & Symptoms of an Unusual Blood Clot You Should Know

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9. Coughing

coughing

Coughing is also an accompanying symptom of advanced DVT and PE-associated shortness of breath.

It is indicative of the obstruction caused by a blood clot that has travelled to the lungs, making breathing impossible and manifesting the irritation through incessant coughing.

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Such coughing may or may not be accompanied by blood.

10. Extreme Sweating

excessive sweating

A person with advanced DVT and possible PE will suffer, along with the above-mentioned symptoms, an extreme case of sweating. They are also likely to feel light-headed, as if they could pass out any minute.

Night sweats also are a common occurrence in patients of PE, and can help detect PE at an early stage, according to a 2015 study published in Case Reports in Pulmonology.

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The blood clot in the leg can not only travel to the person’s lungs but also their heart and brain, resulting in a heart attack or a stroke.

Therefore, if you notice any of the above symptoms at any point of your life, it is best to get it properly diagnosed.

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10 Signs & Symptoms of an Unusual Blood Clot You Should Know was last modified: August 23rd, 2017 by Top10HomeRemedies
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4 thoughts on “10 Signs & Symptoms of an Unusual Blood Clot You Should Know”

  1. Sir I am suffering from such infection and I see all these symptoms so I request you to advice some precautions and treatment for it

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