Immer wiederkehrende Schmerzen im linken Bein?
25 November 2014, 08:32 PM
Ich bin Anfang 20 und habe Vorhofflimmern. Seit Monaten hab ich im linken Bein immer wiederkehrende Schmerzen, alle paar Wochen, das erste Mal nach einem Flug. Kann das einen Zusammenhang haben?  
Votes: 50

Klingt nach Venenthrombose - was bei längeren Flügen bestimmt nicht ungewöhnlich wäre.
Letztendlich kann das aber wohl wirklich nur ein Arzt beurteilen, und dem sollte man in solchen Fragen auch allein vertrauen. Ich bin jedenfalls kein Arzt, und ich finde es auch anmaßend, hier Ferndiagnosen stellen zu wollen.
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The question is short mainly dealing with Anfang, Vorhofflimmern, Monaten, Schmerzen, Wochen, Zusammenhang,. but the question tone is natural. The question isn't very well explained, but well formed.
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