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What Do Vaginal Varicose Veins Look Like
Yes: Vaginal varices can itch but often are also associated with labial varices which also can cause irritation and itching. Do not forget, however, that vaginal itching is more commonly associated with vaginal infections or fungal skin infections, sometimes with urinary tract infections. I would recommend you see your doctor before assuming that the cause of itching is from the varices.See 3 more doctor answers
A condition characterized by dilated and elongated veins that are usually found in the legs but can affect different parts of the body. Normal veins have valves that prevent the backflow of blood and help resist gravity while blood moves back to the heart. In varicose veins, the valves are dysfunctional so blood moves forward and back, causing the enlarged vessels. Varicose veins can be painful. Often the pain worsens after standing for ...Read more
I'm 30 wks prego & I'm having vaginal pain. I have varicose veins down there but now I have a tender spot on my vagina. Should I be worried?
VV and pregnancy: Varicose veins in the legs and vaginal varicose veins are very common during pregnancy. These veins enlarge due to the pressure of the uterus on the intra abdominal veins causing the leg veins to enlarge. Local care for vaginal veins with wet warm compresses may help. If these is a clotted painful vein, it can be drained under local anesthesia. See a vein specialist.See 1 more doctor answer
Vaginal veins.: Vaginal veins are varicose vein on the vulva or inside of the vagina. They tend to occur after multiple pregnancies although one can do it. They are also associated with pelvic congestion syndrome. These veins are bluish in color and can enlarge during menstrual periods. They are treatable. See a vein specialist.See 2 more doctor answers
I have noticed a couple of what look like varicose veins underneath my tongue. Feel well. No others symptoms. Should I be worried? Thanks.
Perfectly normal: The tissue is thin there and the veins are close to the surface. Don't worry about this.
Not commonly: This sounds more like a symptoms of restless legs rather than varicose veins, but it is a possibility. Not a common symptoms described by varicose vein patients though. More common with varicose veins to have achiness, burning, throbbing, dull pain, itching, heaviness, pressure sensation, or cramping discomfort. These vein symptoms usually worse with standing & relieved with elevation / rest.See 4 more doctor answers
Spider & varicose: Varicose veins are bulging blue veins larger than 3 mm in diameter, almost always found on the legs. Spider veins are red, blue or purple veins on the surface of the skin, up to 1 mm in diameter. They commonly occur on the legs and face, and may be seen elsewhere.See 3 more doctor answers
My daughter is 40 years old but I noticed some varicose veins on her like her dad had, is this normal?
Private clinic vein: Varicose vein disease is most often performed in a private clinic, but for more severe cases may be done in a surgery center under general anesthesia. Most private clinic experiences are very pleasant. You will be made comfortable by having the leg numbed with some injections of Xylocaine. Often valium or Xanax (alprazolam) is given to relieve anxiety related to the procedure. Most people are very comfortable.See 2 more doctor answers
I noticed what looks like varicose veins on either side of my tailbone. No injury, never been there before. I'm a 31 yr old female. Cause for concern?
Not typical location: Although possible for veins to become dilated or prominent in that area however it is not a typical location for verifies veins, would advise to get it checked out by your doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
How to cure varicose veins? From last 5 years suffering but now starting more problem a little spot like pimple start to appear what to do?
Varicose veins: U should see a avascular surgeon 4 definitive answer on what can b done. Some varicose veins r treatable if superficial. U should have venous studies4determining the extent ; what veins r affected. If u r over weight u need 2 lose weight. Some pelvic tumors can press on ur veins; cause varicose veins. Also, u should not do heavy lifting; that increases ur intrabd. Pressure, bulging ur veins more.See 2 more doctor answers
See vein specialist: I would recommended seeing a vein specialist will likely recommend an ultrasound of you leg veins to look for the cause of your varicose veins. Often, treatment may involve compression stockings (conservative treatment), laser or radiofrequency closure of the veins with bad valves that are causing the varicose veins, phlebectomy of surgical removal of the varicose veins, or sclerotherapy.See 4 more doctor answers
Can be treated: Varicose veins can be an uncomfortable and unsightly problem for many. When veins are particulary uncomfortable there are several different procedures that can be done. Treatements range from stopping the blood flow to the swollen vein with a laser, to surgically removing the entire damaged vein. A vein treatment center or a vascular surgeon can review all the current options for treatment.See 8 more doctor answers
See Vascular Surgeon: Consult a board-certified vascular surgeon, who is the "vein specialist" recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties ABMS. Vascular surgeons have typically completed 7 yrs of residency & fellowship in vein disease management. A "phlebologist" may not have any formal university training in vein diseases, as not recognized by ABMS. Therapy includes ablation, phlebectomy, & sclerotherapy.See 3 more doctor answers
See phlebologist: Check www.Phlebology.Org, and find a phlebologist in your zip code area. Evaluation with ultrasound of the veins in your legs will provide insight into your vein problem, and the appropriate treatment performed: endogenous ablation of the great/small saphenous veins, phlebotomy of vv, sclerotherapy of reticular/spider veins.See 3 more doctor answers
Bulging Veins.: Varicose veins are bulging grape-like appearing veins which are most commonly seen on the legs. These are due to leaking (refluxing) valves usually in the saphenous system. Some causes include hereditary, pregnancy, trauma and aging. The gold standard of treatment is to have a venous reflux ultrasound to both diagnose and form a treatment plan. You should see a vein specialist.See 2 more doctor answers
See a specialist: You should obtain consultation from a vein specialist. This will involve a history and physical exam. Likely a thorough duplex ultrasound will be performed on your legs, to assess you for incompetent veins that can then be treated by endovenous techniques in the office. Fitted, graded compression stockings are an important first treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
VV Problems.: Varicose veins are for the most part not dangerous but they do have a problematic potential. Varicose veins are due to malfunctioning valves in the saphenous system and usually cause symptoms of aching, heaviness, tired, cramping or leg swelling. These same veins can worsen and cause clots, bleeding and venous stasis ultimately leading to venous ulcers it is wise to see a vein specialist early.See 4 more doctor answers
Won't work.: Measures that can be helpful include compression stockings, regular aerobic activity, maintain a good weight, and avoidance of hot tubs/baths. However these won't clear spider/varicose veins, but may help reduce any related symptoms and slow down worsening. There are a variety of effective minimally-invasive treatment with a good success rate. See a vein specialist/phlebologist.See 3 more doctor answers
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