People who have experienced a blood clot in the leg say they’ve felt cramps similar to a charley horse. Such cramping can be the result of a DVT blood clot that has formed in a major vessel. “Ignoring a blood clot in the leg for even a day can end up in a pulmonary embolism, which is much more dangerous,” according to Kristine Arthur, MD, an internist at Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center in Fountain Valley, California. Here are the other signs of a DVT blood clot.
A persistent tingling in only one limb is another one of the common blood clot symptoms. When you have increased risk factors such as high blood pressure, pay attention to any tingling.