The truth about varicose veins

We’re going to cover something here that women don’t just sit down and talk about openly. It is something that remains hidden. Not with lies, but with pants. We will treat varicose veins.

When the veins in the human body grow larger, we speak of varicose veins. The color of these veins may vary. They can be dark blue, blue, purple or even meaty. These veins appear to be wrapped and wrapped around each other. They are worse when they get bigger and stick out from the skin. These veins are not fun to wear and mainly develop on a person’s legs.

Don’t worry if you have varicose veins. You are by no means alone More than half of women in the United States suffer from this problem. I always thought it was just something that happened to women when they were growing up. I then discovered that there are many factors that can cause a woman to have varicose veins. I remember when my wife started having it. She was 28 years old. We were expecting our third child. I found that one of the causes was increased blood flow in the body. Because she was pregnant, more blood flowed through her veins.

The problem of varicose veins can lead to something much more serious than just serious symptoms. If left untreated, a woman may start to feel uncomfortable in her legs. This discomfort can lead to extreme pain.

Since the legs are so far below the heart, the veins there have the most difficulty pumping blood again. When more pressure is put on the legs (during pregnancy, weight gain, etc.), blood collects there. It is pumped much slower than the rest of the body. A blood sample can very easily lead to blood clots. This is a very dangerous situation as blood clots transmitted to the heart and brain cause stroke and possibly death.

Another cause of varicose veins is one that we would not think of. Women can suffer from varicose veins if they are excessively exposed to the sun. Yes, too much sun can cause varicose veins. These varicose veins do not appear on the legs, but in a much more obvious place. They appear on the face. Women with a family history of varicose veins also get them much more often.

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