Blood Clot Leg Prevention
Prevention of deep venous thrombosis includes:
- Regular exercise program
- Avoid sitting for prolonged periods.
- Get up from your desk every couple of hours to stretch your legs.
- Ask your doctor if you should take an aspirin every day.
- Your doctor can help you determine if you are at high risk for DVT.
- If you are flying for more than 3 hours, you may take aspirin under the direction of your doctor:
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