Is it typical for a DVT to hurt when sitting or sleeping? That is when I have most of my pain. Sometimes when I am walking or standing but its more when I am laying down or sitting. My cardiologist wont do an ultrasound on me as he thinks I am okay and don't have a DVT. I have been wearing compression hose non stop and the pain moves around in my leg. Should I go to the ER even though I have been there 4 times in the past month for chest pains, shortness of breath and left arm and leg pains, but no one has looked at my leg. I have no swelling, no discoloration just a lot of pain. Not sure what to do and don't want to let this go so that if it is a DVT I end up in a more serious situation. Just wanted peoples thoughts on the pain when I am sitting or sleeping. When I pull my toes up flex my foot it really doesnt hurt. Thanks
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