What are the first signs of a blood clot?

Author: Succeeder    

In the early stage of thrombus, symptoms such as dizziness, numbness of limbs, slurred speech, hypertension and hyperlipidemia are usually present. If this happens, you should go to the hospital for CT or MRI in time. If it is determined to be a thrombus, it should be treated in time.

1. Dizziness: Because thrombosis is caused by atherosclerosis, it will hinder the blood circulation of the brain, resulting in insufficient blood supply to the brain, and there will be balance disorders, which will cause dizziness, vomiting and other symptoms in patients.

2. Numbness of the limbs: The symptoms of thrombosis will lead to insufficient blood supply to the brain and affect the normal function, which will hinder the transmission of nerves, resulting in the symptoms of numbness of the limbs.

3. Unclear articulation: The symptoms of unclear articulation may be due to the compression of the central nervous system by the thrombus, which may cause language barriers, resulting in the symptoms of unclear articulation.

4. Hypertension: If blood pressure is not controlled and there are excessive fluctuations, it may lead to atherosclerosis. Once there are symptoms of bleeding, it will lead to the formation of blood clots. If the symptoms are severe, cerebral hemorrhage and cerebral infarction may occur. and other symptoms.

5. Hyperlipidemia: Hyperlipidemia generally refers to the viscosity of blood lipids. If it is not controlled, it may induce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and atherosclerosis, thereby inducing thrombosis.

Once the early symptoms of thrombosis appear, it should be treated in time to avoid a series of complications caused by the serious condition.