I had a DVT in my left leg from my groin all the way down to my ankle. It happened about 10 yrs ago when I was 2 months pregnant. It took about 3 months to dissolve. Does anyone know what happens to the vein? Is it totally ruined? Does the blood still go through it or what? I now take a baby aspirin every day and I always wear a compression stocking only in the affected leg. I only take it off to shower and swim. Although, I don't like to keep if off for too long because I am terrified of getting another one.
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