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5 symptoms of varicose veins .. Spread of blue veins, itching and dermatitis



Varicose veins that appear in the legs are often ignored and dealt with through cosmetics only, when in fact they can cause serious problems from leg ulcers to blood clots, so it is important to diagnose them early, according to "Express". ".


Varicose veins occur when the valves in the leg veins stop working properly, which means that blood falls into the veins instead of flowing up toward the heart, and varicose veins can be identified as swollen veins protruding from the legs, yet half of those with varicose veins do not show any signs As many veins with hidden problems remain under the skin until complications arise that reveal their affliction with this disease.


The following are 5 symptoms that indicate varicose veins:

1- Spread of dark blue or purple veins

They are often called "spider" veins, "thread" veins, or "broken" veins, while approximately 90% of people with varicose veins are hidden under the skin.


2- Itching, inflammation, or dry skin in the veins

Many people do not realize that dry or itchy legs can be an indication of varicose veins, because those who suffer from varicose veins tend to develop varicose eczema that usually affects the lower legs, which causes itching and dry skin and is known as "venous eczema."


3- The appearance of soft, hard lumps under the skin

When blood clots in a varicose vein, it causes the vein to become a solid mass that is very sensitive to pressure.


4- Yellow, red or brown spots around the ankle

Another major indication of varicose veins, or "hidden varicose veins," is damage to the skin in the ankles that results in yellow, red or brown spots known as "hemosiderin".


5- Swelling, pain, or heaviness in the legs and ankles

If you notice that your legs become tired, swollen, heavy, or painful, you may have hidden varicose or hidden varicose veins.

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