What Does a Blood Clot Feel like?

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Blood clots may sometimes make no symptoms but the person could experience burning or cramping accompanied by swelling in legs. If the blood clot travels into the lungs, that is a medical emergency; it could create difficulty of breathing that can lead to death.
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