10 Blood Clot in Foot Symptoms

Symptom #2: Muscle Cramp

A cramp occurs when there is an involuntary and sudden over-shortening or contraction of the muscle that results in paralysis-like immobility and pain. Muscle cramps are usually temporary and do not cause any damage. They also tend to resolve on their own within seconds to hours.

Cramps can occur in skeletal muscles or smooth muscles (gastrointestinal). It is usually due to electrolyte imbalances, muscular fatigue, or low oxygenation. When there is a blood clot in the foot, it can cause decreased blood flow and hypoxia to some of the tissues in the foot, leading to muscle cramps.

Blood Clot In Foot Symptoms

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