How Long Does It Take Blood Clots to Dissolve?

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The amount of time it takes to dissolve blood clots will vary of many different factors, including size and location. Average clots take roughly two to three weeks to dissolve. Deep vein clots, however, could take several weeks longer.
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C. t-PA (Tissue Plasminogen Activator activates plasminogen which goes on to form plasmin which beaks down the fibrin in clots. Source(s) Medical student.
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1. Wear compression hosiery to keep new blood clots from forming or old ones from growing larger in the legs, leading to vericose veins. According to Planet RX ...
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