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You are not alone in your fight against Varicose veins. Let us strive together. We have the best team of Vascular & Endovascular Surgeons who focus on personalized varicose vein care and aim to reach the goal of making the patient varicose veins free.
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What are the symptoms of vein disease?
Symptoms of vein disease may include pain, aching, cramping, swelling, throbbing, heaviness, fatigue, itching and restlessness.
Differences between varicose and spider veins
Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, blue-coloured vessels that bulge just under the skin. They usually develop in the legs. Spider veins (or telangiectasias) are a visible cluster of small, red, blue or purple vessels just below the surface of the skin that commonly appears on the thighs, ankles, and calves.
Causes of varicose and/or spider veins
Vein disease can be caused by many different factors, including genetics, obesity, and pregnancy. Symptoms can be aggravated by standing or sitting for long periods of time.
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Vein disease occurs when unhealthy valves cause the blood to flow in the wrong direction. This condition can worsen with time and may cause blood flow issues, clots, significant discomfort, skin ulcers and complex leg issues.
Vein disease can be genetic, and if someone in your family has a history of spider veins, varicose veins, venous ulcers , there is a much higher chance that you will get them.
• Have family members with the condition • Are female (Women are 2 ½ times more likely to have vein disease than men) • Are over 30 years of age • Have a job where you sit or stand for long periods of time • Are pregnant or have had a child
Varicose veins are progressive in nature and can get worse if left untreated over time. Varicose veins can lead to more serious health problems, such as deep-vein thrombosis (DVT), a blood clot that forms in a deep vein, uncomfortable swelling, skin ulcers, and other serious complications.
Vein disease is progressive and does not resolve without treatment. If left untreated, uncomfortable swelling as a result of increased pressure in your veins can occur. Over time, fluid can leak into the tissues of the leg that can cause skin to become hard or darker in color (hyperpigmentation). Long periods of swelling and skin changes can also cause skin to breakdown, resulting in an open sore called a venous ulcer
There’s no way to completely prevent vein disease. However, improving your blood circulation and muscle tone may reduce your risk of developing varicose veins. Some common ways to help reduce risk include exercising, elevating your legs, eating a healthy diet and wearing compression stockings.