Blood pools are pools of blood that have changed from a liquid to a gel-like state. In general, it is not harmful to your health because it protects your body from dehydration when you cut yourself. However, when blood clots appear in the deep veins, they can be very dangerous. The severe type of clot is called deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and can cause “heavy driving conditions” in the blood. Likewise, there can be severe consequences if a blood clot breaks away from its source and reaches the lungs or heart. Here are some of the more obvious signs that you should focus on with the ultimate goal of recognizing DVT as soon as time allows.
10- A Racing Heart:
If you have blood clots in your lungs, you may feel heaviness in your chest. In this case, tachycardia may be caused by a low oxygen level in your lungs. So your heart tries to make up for the deficiency and starts to move faster and faster.