Sore swelling in thigh 6 days after Ambulatory Phleboctomy

Ambulatory Phlebectomy . 1 answer . 4 years ago

It has been 6 days after my procedure..each day I noticed a sore area in my inner thigh...today I felt what seems to be a large lump 3- 4 inches long, two inches wide that is solid...any ideas? Should I go to Doctor?

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3 years ago by North Shore Vein Center

Always a good idea to have this checked out. It probably represents a thrombosed vein that is not dangerous and will shrink down over time with compression and warm soaks.

3 years ago by North Shore Vein Center (View Profile)

Always a good idea to have this checked out. It probably represents a thrombosed vein that is not dangerous and will shrink down over time with compression and warm soaks.


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