Deep Vein Thrombosis in Bellevue, OH

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Deep Vein Thrombosis

Vein & Body Specialists is the center to trust when you are experiencing symptoms of deep vein thrombosis. Residents of Bellevue, Sandusky, Fremont, and Norwalk, Ohio can experience safe and effective treatment for this condition with our board-certified radiologists. With its high standard of care and knowledgeable team, our practice can help you with many forms of vascular treatment.

What Is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)?

When a blood clot forms in the lower leg or calf, this is called deep vein thrombosis, or DVT. When DVT occurs, you may experience pain, swelling, or no symptoms whatsoever. DVT can cause clots to break loose and spread throughout the body and even to the lungs, causing a pulmonary embolism. Because DVT can be “silent” and you may have no symptoms, it is crucial to be checked regularly if you meet the criteria for developing DVT.

Who Develops Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)?

The risk factors for developing DVT are listed below. The more risk factors you identify with, the more likely you may have or develop DVT. The risk factors include:

  • Regular periods of prolonged sitting (at work or during travel)
  • Over 40 years of age
  • Presence of varicose veins
  • Obesity
  • Injury, trauma, or previous orthopedic surgery
  • Cancer
  • High estrogen levels, typically through pregnancy or birth control
  • Previous history of DVT

If you identify strongly with one or more of the symptoms above, it may be time to schedule a diagnostic test for DVT.

How Do I Know If I Have DVT?

Since DVT often occurs without symptoms, a medical professional must diagnose it. Our board-certified radiologists offer a diagnostic test using our state-of-the-art ultrasound technology. This is a fast and easy appointment. If DVT is present, our specialists may recommend a personalized treatment plan to include your family physician and/or follow-up tests for maximum safety.

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Can I Prevent DVT?

Yes, you can help prevent the likelihood of DVT from happening to you by living a healthy, active lifestyle. This includes moving your body frequently by walking, exercising, and maintaining a healthy weight. Wearing compression stockings can be beneficial if you have varicose veins or a history of deep vein clots.

Contact Us Today!

Vein & Body Specialists can help patients at risk for deep vein thrombosis in and around the areas of Bellevue, Sandusky, Fremont, Norwalk, and the surrounding communities in Ohio. If you think you may be at risk for this condition, schedule an appointment with our board-certified radiologists. Contact us today!

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How much does treatment for deep vein thrombosis cost?

The overall price of deep vein thrombosis treatment will vary from one patient to another depending on an array of factors. During your consultation, our team will listen to your concerns and assess your situation to create a unique treatment plan. At that point, we’ll be able to provide a more accurate cost estimate.

Can deep vein thrombosis be cured?

Yes. In fact, most patients are completely healed from deep vein thrombosis within only a few weeks or months. However, there is always the possibility that this condition can reoccur and patients should always be cautious with their health to prevent this from happening to the best of their ability.

What causes deep vein thrombosis?

There are a variety of factors that could lead to deep vein thrombosis. This could include — but is not limited to — surgery, trauma, long periods of sitting, cancer, pregnancy, birth control, and varicose veins

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