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Methods to reduce pain for DVT patients
Acute DVT about 8 years ago. I still have to bear pain on day to day basis. I wear knee length compression socks. The pain is quite bad and I am fatigued by the end of the day.  i cant exercise as my leg swells up. As a result my body is not fit. What can i do to reduce pain and also to keep my body fit?
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In your case we can reduce the intensity of your pain but in DVT hard to cure permanently.
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Surely can help. Deep vv thrombosis is painful condition. V need to dissolve the clot and improve vv elasticity. Chat online ll guide u right n treat u
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Hey dear ! Share picture ! We will definitely help you... homepathic treatment is best for you..
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HOMOEOPATHIC medicines can permanently cure the problem rapidly effectively and efficiently without any side effects
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you need to consult me online through the platform and medicines will be sent to you by courier
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Varicose veins cause pain as well. Proper diagnosis is required. If it's really DVT, then it has to be dealt with immediately it can be life threatening. Consult a general surgeon in person for proper management. Online consultation won't be of much help to be honest with you.
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Hi it's varicose veins homeopathic constitutional medicine will be better option
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