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Leg Pain After Blood Clot

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My husband experienced dvt after a bad fall laid him up. He was on blood thinners for 6 months, and the clots have gone away. However, the pain in his leg is still quite severe, even when off of it alot. Vascular surgeon strippped some veins, sclelotheraphy (sp), but pain is just as bad. Dr. Says nothing else can be done. Any ideas?
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replied January 26th, 2004
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Homoeopathy has very good remedies to resolve the clots which is done already anyway in your husband's case. It can also see that further episodoes of similar problem does not occur. It can relieve the congestion in the affected areas by removing oedema etc. And help the remaining veins to function to optimum so that further stagnation of blood does nto take place and there would be no thrombosis.

Dr.Venugopal gouri
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