Blood clots typically form deep within the veins of the legs, which is referred to as deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and can travel through the body. In addition to being potentially life threatening, one of the scariest parts about a blood clot is that most times they go undetected, resulting in pulmonary embolism and death when leg clots break free and become lodged in the lungs.
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In order to protect ourselves from this potentially dangerous condition, read up on the 15 most common signs of a blood clot…
1. Exhaustion or Unexplained Fatigue
A sudden onset of fatigue or exhaustion is a common health-related warning sign, and it’s no different for a blood clot that could be forming somewhere in the body, either in the arm, leg, brain, belly, or chest.