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What Varicose Veins Could Say About Your Health

Doctor looking over leg to pinpoint areas of pain and possible diagnoses.

 

Some people get varicose veins, some don’t. Although, just because not everyone gets them does not mean we should overlook them. Varicose veins not only indicate a stump in our blood circulation, but it also comes with the possibility of speaking for other things going on in our bodies. There are some major occurrences taking place within our bodies that can be explained by the presence of varicose veins. 

 

Genetic

If you’re confident that you take care of yourself and aren’t putting harmful things in your body, the varicose veins you have may just be a genetic feature. Nonetheless, if this is the case, you should consult with a doctor to receive treatment because varicose veins can worsen over time, whether they are inherited throughout your family or not.

 

Internal Pain

For the most part, varicose veins are visible, but you could still have them even if you don’t see them. If you ever find yourself experiencing short but sharp pains, there lies the possibility of you having varicose veins in your body. If you have a lot of fatty tissue between layers of skin and the muscle, this may be where (in the case you do have varicose veins) they lie. Some surface veins are at the tip of where the muscle and skin meet, but it is still possible for them to be varicose veins, as well.

 

Treatment Available for You

The ways our bodies speak to us can vary; varicose veins are a form of our bodies telling us to seek the treatment we need. Here at Physician’s Vascular Services, we can take care of tending to your varicose veins. Call us today to learn more about how you can prevent future growth of varicose veins!

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