Varicose-Veins

Can Varicose Veins Go Away on Their Own?

Varicose veins are a condition most common in older adults, where the pressure of standing and walking upright causes veins in the legs to twist and become enlarged. For some people, the swollen, dark-bluish to purplish veins are just a cosmetic concern, but for others, the condition causes aching pain and discomfort, and can even contribute to much more serious conditions, like ulcerations, blood clots, and bleeding. What are some important facts about varicose and spider veins, and why should you consider having varicose vein treatment?

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Is It Painful to Have Spider Veins Removed?

While the small, damaged capillaries called spider veins can show up on any skin surface at any age, you’re more likely to find them on adults over age 50, and typically on the face or legs. Spider veins are usually harmless and don’t cause any discomfort, but for some individuals, they contribute greatly to the appearance of aging, damaged skin, and can also lead to painful symptoms like swelling, cramping, or weakness. How are spider veins removed, and what can you expect?

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