Vein Conditions

Symptoms of Vein Disease

Why?

Symptoms of Vein Disease

Varicose veins come in many forms. They can be visible in various sizes of protruding, rope-like veins or knots just below the skin surface. Many become more prominent with prolonged sitting or standing. Problem veins may not visible at the skin surface however may still cause bursts of abnormal red, purple or blue smaller veins, as well as leg symptoms and skin changes of venous insufficiency. In addition to being unsightly, varicose veins are commonly associated with the following symptoms or signs:

  • Pain, throbbing or cramping
  • Tiredness and fatigue
  • Itching and burning
  • Tenderness around the abnormal veins
  • Heaviness
  • Restlessness (Restless Legs Syndrome)
  • Swelling or edema of the ankles and legs
Symptoms of Vein Disease
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