What Does a Blood Clot in Arm Feel like?


Clots in the arm are relatively rare, so it is important to know what warning signs to look out for. Known as deep-vein thrombosis, these clots cause pain or tenderness in the afflicted extremity that gets worse over time, as well as swelling in one arm, the arm feeling warm to the touch, or the skin of the arm taking on a red of blue hue.
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A blood clot in the arm feels like a cold or numb spot, which is usually toughed and painful. It occurs when there is damage to an artery or a vein, hence preventing the normal blood flow around the body
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