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Varicose veins can happen in any part of the body but they usually happen in the legs.
Varicose veins are a common problem. More than 23 percent of adults have them.
Saphenous/Trunk varicose veins, Reticular varicose veins and Spider or Thread veins.
Some causes are Family history/hereditary, Sitting or standing for a long period of time, Obesity/overweight, Pregnancy, Age and Hormonal changes.
Itching around the veins, Pain or heaviness in the legs, Skin discoloration around the varicose veins, Swelling in the lower legs, Throbbing Burning and muscle cramps in the legs, Severe pain after sitting and standing for a long duration.
If you go to a vascular surgeon for help, the doctor will do a physical examination. They will look for swelling in your legs when you stand and ask you what kind of pain or discomfort you feel. Once the doctor knows how you feel physically, they might ask you to have an ultrasound test to look for a blood clot.
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