Many women get varicose veins as a side effect of pregnancy. If you are concerned about varicose veins during pregnancy, here is everything you need to know to prevent, manage, and treat this condition. What Are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are damaged veins. Whereas healthy veins circulate blood back to the heart, varicose veins have

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If you have varicose veins, there are many treatment options available. One of the best treatments for varicose veins is sclerotherapy, which can eliminate varicose veins, improve circulation, and alleviate symptoms. For spider veins and many varicose veins, sclerotherapy may be the best vein treatment to restore healthy circulation. How Sclerotherapy Works When a vein

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Spider veins – superficial, spiky veins that look like spider legs – can form if veins stop working properly. For some individuals, spider veins are not dangerous and only pose a cosmetic concern. However, in some cases, spider veins may cause unpleasant symptoms and can indicate greater vein problems. To determine whether your spider veins

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An estimated 20 percent of adults will develop varicose veins in their lifetime. These twisted, bulging, rope-like veins are not only unsightly but can cause a number of symptoms and health problems. Here are the most common varicose vein symptoms and how varicose vein treatment can help.Understanding Varicose VeinsHealthy veins carry blood to the heart,

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