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Dark Blue Veins On Hands
Tubal ligation 11 yrs ago. 5 days late for period, breasts heavy, have dark blue veins from my hands to my nipples and lower abd, I had a tiny bit of ?
Possible causes:: Increased fluid intake, increased body temperature, new medications, increased exercise. ...Read more
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I woke up today with a few very dark blue veins. 1 is s- shaped from just below left arm pit to elbow and then a straight line from elbow to wrist and?
You haven't: developed new veins; they just look different! The venous/vein system is very susceptible to changes in blood volume, and when the volume is reduced, such as in dehydration, veins can appear more prominent, more deeply colored, etc. From your description, doubt due to trauma. My prediction is that if you pump up the fluids your veins will go back to looking "normal" to you. Good wishes:) ...Read more
loss of fat: Over the years, the subcutaneous fat in our body naturally atrophies. Think of the difference between the cheeks of a chubby baby and a 90 year old man. This is also true in the hands. Some physicians can perform sclerotherapy or ablation of hand veins to make them more noticeable - make sure to go to a vein specialist or phlebologist. ...Read more
Yes: Our veins carry blood that has had most of the oxygen removed from it -- that's why it looks blue. We often will notice something about our body that we haven't before -- that is normal. The best way to know if it is OK, is to see your doctor. If you're not worried, and no one else has noted, take a "selfie" of your neck, so you can watch for any change. If there is something, see your Dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife had an IV in her arm and it was removed 3 days ago and now her arm hurts and the back side of her hand has blue veins. Is this normal?
Not necessarily: An IV that has been out for three days shouldn't hurt or be uncomfortable anymore. The presence of distended or darker veins is concerning for a blood clot. If our wife is still in the hospital she should show it to a nurse or her doctor. If she is home she should call her doctor and have it checked out. ...Read more
I'm having blue veins on my breasts, hands , feet , arm and even my tights,been ttc for couple months . Had this symptoms with my son ??? Is it a sign
I have numbing and tingling in my arm, stiffness in wrist, bulging veins in hand bright blue veins what can cause this?
? Blood Clot: You need a detailed examination from a hand and upper extremity specialist. Bulging veins may signify poor venous drainage from your hand, and this could be due to a variety of reasons, including blood clots, thoracic outlet syndrome - to name two. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why are the 'blue' veins in my arms/hands/chest suddenly much more visible? Heart checked last year, and blood test just two weeks ago, all clear.
Positional: When you place your arms and legs lower than your heart, they fill and become prominent. When they're above your heart, they collapse and appears as "streaks." Also, when you're well tanned, they're less visible. AS your tan fades, you see them better. Darker veins are NOT a sign of disease! ...Read more
Unrelated: The prominent blue veins are probably a separate issue - you just get them as you age (sadly). Pain in the wrist would be a joint or tendon problem especially if you do a lot of repetitive work with your hands. If you fell then there could be a fracture and you might need an x-ray ...Read more
My right index finger got instantly swallon, it was throbbing and the blue veins were sticking out really bad and now it's really numb, what is this?
My palms get red with blue veins with exertion. (walking). My nail folds get red and puffy too, and throb. All this fades away if I raise my arms up. ?
Sudden muscle twitching, hair and nail loss, facial hair in female, anxiety and blue veins, could this be hormonal imbalance?
Yes: Yes this could be hormonal imbalance but there could be other things wrong. See your doctor. ...Read more
Get seen by a doctor: You need a doctor to determine if they are new onsent, painful, painless, normal, etc. Clinical breast examination, risks for breast disease, etc. They can be either normal or a sign of a medical condition. You should get seen by a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer