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Why Pain Is Not The Best Indicator Of Varicose Vein Disease


The other day I was talking with a woman that said her mother has had varicose vein for as long as she could remember, but she never considered treatment because she never felt pain. This is a comment I hear from a lot of people and is common in the way we view a lot of medical ailments. We usually only seek help or treatment once something is causing us physical pain. However, varicose veins are a medical condition that needs to be treated regardless if pain is a symptom or not.

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Can Varicose Veins Affect My Sleep?


Varicose veins have been associated with a number of symptoms that can affect your daily life on a regular basis. Many of these common symptoms of vein disease include: leg swelling or cramps, pain, skin discoloration and rashes near the ankles, and of course large bulging veins. The trouble with many of these symptoms, much like the disease itself, is that the onset of the symptoms are gradual as the disease progresses. Therefore, many people often do not always associate varicose veins as the cause for the discomfort and pain.

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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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5 Ways Varicose Veins Develop In Pregnancy 


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Suffering from Restless Legs?

After a hard day of work, many of us get into bed with the feeling of absolute exhaustion. We tend to ignore the signs our body is giving us and rule it down to over-doing and over-activity. Restless legs syndrome is a common occurrence among many people, especially at the end of the day. RLS can occur in a variety of forms, and can be easily recognized by identifying the symptoms.

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