Call your doctor or go to a hospital emergency room immediately if you develop shortness of breath or sharp chest pain.
Call your doctor if you have swelling, pain, redness or warmth in one leg.
If you had a LENI test that was inconclusive and your doctor asked you to return in three or four days for another test, call your doctor sooner if your leg swelling worsens.
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