I hope you are taking this anticoagulant injection regularly on the advice and follow up of a doctor and not increasing it on your own . The swelling at the injection site is not a real problem and make sure it is not pus forming
MBBS, DNB (General Surgery), Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS)
General Surgeon, Faridabad
Weight loss will be preferable first by diet and if not possible by bariatric surgery. Assessment for spider veins should be done by venous doppler to see for underlying varicose vein whicn then may need treatment. Spider veins per se can be treated by microsclerotherapy.
Hello since its almost 1 year after DVT AND presently with no complaints you can revert back to your normal routine. Even your present medication is of basic variety which is a good sign that you r doing well with minimum medication.
U can do any sort of regular exercise, which suits u.
The only precaution you have to take is do not have a long distance travel and avoid prolonged periods of immobilisation ie sitting for long time.
Just leave a positive comment if useful.
MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MCh - Vascular Surgery, F.V.E.S
Vascular Surgeon, Bangalore
Hi, foot drop can be due to multiple reasons like nerve injury or also due to lack of any blood supply. It depends on the warmth of the foot. A clinical examination followed by investigations would be able to lead you to know the condition. Please consult a Vascular Surgeon regarding the same, tc.