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Veins In Palm Of Hand
I have gotten blood draw twice on same arm now I feel thirsty and veins on Palm of hand by thumb and center spasms non stop. No pain. What could it be?
Unlikely blood draw: Unlikely from blood draw as they only take a small amount (1 tablespoon) so unlikely dehydrated. If a simple uncomplicated blood draw then there should have been no damage to tendons or nerves.
Do not worry: The veins that you see on the back of the hand are superficial and of no concern...Veins in the palms should be evaluated by a surgeon as to several possible causes.See 1 more doctor answer
Tiny skinny red veins on palm of. Hands that show some times more than others? Is this concerning?
Involuntary: This is often referred to as vasomotor instability: it is involuntary, like blushing, or flushing of skin. Veins are blue. Capillaries are red.
NO: No, varicose veins do not form on the palm of the hand. I have been a physician for 19 years, with my specialty being vascular disease, & I have never seen varicose veins on the palm. If there is an abnormal cluster of veins on the palm then it is likely a venous malformation, AVM, aneurysm, or clotted vein rather than varicose vein. See a vascular surgeon specialist to assess the lesion.See 2 more doctor answers
I have an inflamed vein in the palm of the hand from a year ago. I applied thrombocid but did not remove. Any solution?
Maybe: Some times a throbosed vessel will need surgical removal to get rid of the pain.See 1 more doctor answer
I have been inflamed a vein of the palm of the hand due to an effort. I aplicated trombocid but couldn't remove it. Any solutions?
I doubt: ...That your assessment/diagnosis is accurate. There are not to many superficial veins visible on the palm. They are mostly over the back of your hand. I rather believe that you possibly injured one of the tendons existing in the palm that move your fingers and you may have tendinitis. Regardless of which hand is affected u can try an anti-inflammatory (motrin, aleve (naproxen)) I would show it to ur md.
I have a protruding vein on the palm of my hand about 2cm from my wrist which just appeared and is painful,?
Phlebitis?: It is hard to say for sure, but this could be superficial phlebitis. This is an inflamed vein that closes. There are several other possibilities. I would check with your primary doctor.
Yesterday I noticed that one of the veins in the palm of my hand was dark and alittle swollen, Should I worry about it?
Likely not: Veins can be prominent where there is less fatty tissue. If it's not bothering you, there should not be a cause of worry. If still concerned, consult a physician.
Inflamed vein in the palm of my hand, I'm sure it's a vein. It was inflamed due to an effort. I applied thrombocid but did not remove. What can I do?
Heat and NSAIDS: If you have a clotted hand vein (thrombosed), the best local treatment would be heat to the area and nasids orally. More importantly, is why did this occur and is it really a vein? This is an unusual area for a vein to become clotted. You should be evaluated by a physician or a vein specialist.See 1 more doctor answer
I have a painful swollen bump in a vein on the palm of my hand? The bump appeared about 36 hours ago and continues to get worse. I have not hit it or injuried it in anyway.
If: If it's a small thrombosed vein in the skin, it will hurt for a few days and then clear up. If there are no signs of anything worse, I would give it some time.See 1 more doctor answer
No: You cannot develop true varicosities in the hand.See 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say...: Really need more information and good history and physical examination. It could be from better hydration or weight loss. Have your doctor examine you. You may just have superficial veins. Doesn't sound urgent unless painful, swelling or other symptoms. Good luck.
I have a painful swollen bump in a vein on the palm of my hand and its turning color like a bruise?
Possible phlebitis: As above; need a picture to know for sure. Apply heat for 10 minutes at a time and take Motrin as directed. If it worsens see a doctor
I am getting a slight pain in the bulging vein in the palm of my right hand. It shot up my arm and it feels slightly numb, made my head feel numb too.
ER/UC: Your symptoms cannot be diagnosed online, nor should they be. Go to an ER or UC clinic today for examination and evaluation.
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