Varicose Veins Community

Varicose veins are swollen, twisted veins that you can see just under the surface of the skin. These veins usually occur in the legs, but they also can form in other parts of the body. Discuss topics including spider veins, symptoms, treatments and prevention methods.
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On this site, there have been many "unofficial grassroots" negative testimonials about so-called "safe" EMG testing. Given my history of ...
What Strength and Length of support hose are prescribed after Varithena? Why does Venaseal not also require it? Note that even the lighte...
Why on earth is it not made clear on any of the informational video's (VNUS, Venaseal, Varithena Etc.) as to whether the catheter is inse...
This Q is best answered, either by an experiencer of co-neuropathy and CRPS like myself, or else by a vascular doctor who also has neurol...
How do the injections work for varicose veins? Does it clear up the issue? How long does it take? Does it hurt?
I have a very light feeling of stiffness in one side my neck. An external vein is slightly visible On the same side of stiffness. Not nec...
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