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Can chronic Venous hypertension cause more serious health problems? Video.

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High blood pressure in the veins (venous hypertension) is caused by the breaking of valves inside the legs and pelvis. This causes increased blood pressure in the veins which leads to chronic venous hypertension and varicose veins. The video below explains the more serious health problems that chronic venous hypertension can cause if left untreated:

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How do you know that you might have a venous blood clot?

Common Venous Blood Clot Symptoms

While the media often talks about blood clots and prevention, with over 2 million people developing them each year, the stories shared often lead to more confusion and questions in our minds than helpful information on preventative awareness. 

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4 Reasons Why Men Should Get Varicose Vein Treatment.

4 Reasons Why Men Should Get Varicose Vein Treatment. 

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Common Symptoms of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) results from improper blood flow in the deep veins. DVT commonly occurs in the legs, but sometimes can be found in upper extremities. If your DVT goes undiagnosed, the clot can block blood flow for the entire vein, endangering the health of the leg.  More importantly, if the clot breaks off (now called an embolism) and travels to the lungs it can lead to chest pain, difficulty breathing, and sometimes death.

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Waiting to Treat Your Varicose Veins May Lead to Blood Clots

Varicose Veins May Lead to Blood Clots if Left Untreated:  A Patient’s Perspective

Man-Legs.jpegIn our last article we learned from a patient’s perspective on why waiting to treat your varicose veins may have serious negative side effects like venous leg ulcers.  Leg ulcerations, however, are just one of the many other potentially dangerous side effects to leaving your veins untreated regardless of whether they cause immediate pain or discomfort. 

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