A thrombus is a blood deposit that forms after the blood vessel wall has fallen off.
If the patient suffers from some blood-related disease, the intima of the blood vessel is damaged and the blood flow slow strong>, and lead to changes in the properties of endothelial cells, the necrotic cells will appear shedding.
At the same time, the damaged lining of the blood vessel releases coagulation substances, resulting in the formation of thrombus.
Once the patient has this problem, it can lead to a blockage in the body, leading to ischemia, hypoxia or even exhaustion problem. It is understood that this disease may occur in various parts of the body, so the specific symptoms of different patients will be different.
The 5 main symptoms of this disease are described below. Therefore, the patient should pay special attention.
1. Chest pain
If the patient has chest pain, in addition to heart disease, Consider whether it is due to pulmonary thrombosis.
Unlike heart-induced chest pain, if a patient has a pulmonary embolism, the pain can be severe, especially during breathing Pain is most pronounced when the patient is in the throes;
Pain caused by heart problems can directly affect the upper part of the body, so patients should distinguish them carefully.
Second, unexplained cough
Occasionally, if a patient does not have a cold or a respiratory illness, but has a frequent unexplained cough, it may be caused by a pulmonary embolism.
It is understood that this type of cough is generally dominated by dry cough. In addition to the cough, some patients also experience symptoms such as shortness of breath, increased heart rate, and chest pain.
In addition, some patients may experience hemoptysis as the disease progresses. Therefore, if the patient frequently coughs for a period of time, it is necessary to go to the hospital for examination in time to determine whether it is related to thrombus in the lung.
Three, red stripes appear on the skin
Not only that, some patients will have various skin problems after the onset, such as bruising, redness, etc.
In addition, some patients may develop red streaks on their skin over time. Then you will also feel obvious fever symptoms.
Once a patient develops these problems, it may be due to Deep Vein Thrombosis.
4. Limb swelling
If the patient If there is a problem of deep vein thrombosis, then it is likely to cause limb swelling;
This is mainly because the thrombosis can cause damage to the limbs and other parts Irritation impedes blood circulation, which in turn leads to insufficient blood supply to the limbs, resulting in swelling.
V. Limb Pain
In addition to this In addition, the patient’s extremity also produces a certain pain, which leads to the problem of extremity pain.
This symptom usually occurs with swelling of the extremity, however, because the pain in the extremity is not specific, many patients mistake it for Muscle strain, thus delaying treatment.
For this, the patient can bend the foot up slowly after exercising, if pain occurs , and the color of the foot also undergoes abnormal changes;
then it is likely to be a thrombus At this time, it is necessary to go to the hospital for further examination in time to avoid aggravating the condition.
The above are the 5 main symptoms of thrombosis. It’s time to examine yourself against the symptoms above. In general, thrombotic diseases can have a great impact on the health of the body, so patients should prevent it in a timely manner.
Specifically, patients develop goodliving and eating habits, eating more vegetables, whole grains and soy foods, which are rich in The dietary fiber can effectively promote blood circulation, thereby reducing the risk of blood clots. In addition, patients can also properly perform aerobic exercise to reduce the viscosity of the blood.