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Varicose Veins Are Not Cosmetic Despite What Your Friends or Doctor May Say.

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One of the most common statements I hear from patients when they come in is, "I waited to seek treatment because I was told that my varicose veins were merely cosmetic... and if they didn't hurt I didn't need to seek treatment." While there are many common misconceptions or myths about varicose and spider veins, this is probably one of the most harmful ones still circulating today. There are many reasons that these myths about varicose veins are still so widely disseminated.

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Natural Varicose Vein Remedies, The Truth Behind the Hype.

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Just today I was doing a search for some of the most popular articles regarding varicose veins. It seems that this week the biggest topics revolve around the notions of treating varicose veins through the use of herbal or medicinal combinations either application topically or taken orally. While homeopathic treatments for varicose veins are often derived from many beneficial supplements and whole foods, like ginger, garlic, horse chestnut, it is important for one to understand the difference between creating an actual remedy that genuinely cures venous disease and one that simply reduces the symptoms surrounding the disease.

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Why Treating Your Varicose Veins Should be Part of Your New Years Resolution.

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It has arrived - the year 2017 - and yes, if you are embracing this year with a sense of accomplishment ahead your mind is in the right place. Like many after the holidays and new year, the beginning of another year is a great place to finally follow through on some of those long awaited “get fit, get healthy, get in shape…” plans.

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When Do you Worry About Increased Swelling During Pregnancy.

Pregnancy can be one of the most joyous experiences in life for woman, yet it can also be one of the most physically demanding experiences as well. For example, during pregnancy women go through several changes in hormones, blood levels and overall impact of activity on the body. It is typical that in the time of pregnancy and the time that follows, many women - particularly those who have had multiple pregnancies - may develop symptoms of varicose veins.

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End of The Year Insurance Coverage of Varicose Veins.

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For some time now, doctors have mistakenly informed their patients that varicose veins are simply a cosmetic concern.  Unfortunately, for many patients, the notion that insurance would not cover their vein procedure means not seeking treatment. Not only does this misinformation lead a patient to ignore their symptoms of vein disease, but patients are often left feeling burdened by the potential out of pocket expenses. The result for many then generally results in waiting until the pain becomes unbearable or just putting treatment off all together. Although doctors may not try to intentionally mislead their patients, vein disease is a real disease and can lead to serious health effects the longer a patient waits to seek treatment.

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