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Risk Factors And Symptoms Of Superficial Thrombophlebitis


Superficial Thrombophlebitis is a disorder that causes inflammation towards the surface of the skin due to a blood clot in the vein. We have been taught that superficial thrombophlebitis always causes pain and is always detectable or obvious.

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Neglecting 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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Phlebitis and Superficial Blood Clot in Varicose Vein

How can Varicose Vein treatment help prevent Phlebitis, DVT, and Blood Clots. 

In 2003, more than 70 public health organizations gathered in D.C. to discuss the media filled reports regarding blood clots and their prevention, eventually creating a Coalition to Prevent Deep-Vein Thrombosis (DVT), and in March the following year "Deep-Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Month" was born.  Since that time DVT has become well known for its nomenclature, but doctors have just begun to understand the link between thrombophlebitis and treating varicose veins

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