Leg Artery Bypass Surgery Concerns

There are possible side affects from the Leg Artery Bypass Surgery procedure that you need to be aware of and watching for. If you notice any of them you need to contact your doctor right away. Learn what you need to be looking out for.


When to Contact Doctor About Leg Artery Bypass Surgery

Alternate Names for Leg Artery Bypass Surgery:
Femoropopliteal bypass

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  • Signs of infection, including fever and chills
  • Severe pain in the leg
  • Your leg becomes cold, pale, blue, tingly, or numb
  • Redness, swelling, increasing pain, excessive bleeding, or any discharge from the incision site
  • Nausea, vomiting, or constipation
  • Pain that you cannot control with the medicines you have been given
  • Cough, shortness of breath, or chest pain
  • Dizziness or weakness
  • Pain and/or swelling in your feet, calves, or legs
  • Pain, burning, urgency, frequency of urination, or persistent bleeding in the urine
  • New, unexplained symptoms

In case of an emergency, CALL 911 .


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