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Symptoms, Causes and Treatments for Varicose Veins

Milder varicose veins can be treated by dermatologists with non-invasive approaches, such as laser therapy and sclerotherapy.

The symptoms of varicose veins include enlarged flesh-colored, blue or purple veins frequently found on the leg or on the calf.

They very often appear bulging and twisted, may be inflamed and raised above the skin’s surface, and sometimes varicose veins become extremely painful.

Symptoms of varicose veins include any vein that comes to be varicose, but the veins most frequently affected are those in your legs and feet. This is because standing and walking upright adds to the stress in the veins in your lower body.

Spider veins symptoms are comparable to symptoms of varicose veins, but they are smaller, not painful, and generally found on the legs and face (and are harmless).

Patients with varicose veins often complain that these symptoms interfere with their daily life, causing difficulty standing for long periods of time, difficulty with exercise, or even sitting for long periods of time.

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