This is Dr. David
superficial thrombophlebitis in the saphenous vein will not turn into a deep venous thrombosis because the veins don't go that way.
you have a chance of developing a new DVT since you have a history of supervicial thrombophlebitis and family history
you should talk to your doctors and see if you would benefit from taking aspirin as a blood thinner.
signs of DVT in your legs and calf would be continued swelling and pain in one of the legs.
you might need to use some warm compresses or hot towels on the area of thrombophlebitis along with the antibiotics.
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I will change to chat mode.
I have a blank window, i can see where I'm typing but i can't see anything from you at all, I know you're typing as the computers telling me but if I can't see what your saying this is next to useless.
you might have to scroll up
above the blank window area are my words I am typing to you
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do you have a scroll bar to your right.
do you have a scroll bar to your right side?