So he had the vaccine, a few days later he was having serious pain in his calf. He played football the day before.
He went to the GP and they said it might be a tear but to rule out a clot they sent him to get a blood test.
It’s generally a weird process that’s happened there. How do they go from talking about a tear to a clot, they are completely different. If they weren’t sure it was a tear then I’d have thought they’d of said it was just a bit of a strain.
So heartlands did a scan of his calf using a ct scan and nothing came back so thru said it was most likely a tear
If nothing came back then I don’t know why they would’ve said it was most likely a tear. From my experience of torn ligaments, it shows quite clearly on a scan.
I spoke to someone else and they said they shouldn't have used a ct scan on his calf but a doppler because its hard to pick up via a ct scan.
Don’t think it particularly matters, I’ve had different ways of having scans done on tears and it always showed up.
Not saying your talking a load of B.S or anything like that, just all seems to have been a weird process from you’ve described.
It wouldn’t surprise me if the clot was caused by the vaccine and the signs are no doubt pointing that way but at the same time, I guess it may not have been and could just be a coincidence. Reason I say that is because I lost a member of my family to a random blood clot that showed no signs until he dropped dead.