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What Doctor Would You See For Vercose Vein Problems
What is it called when you have vericose vein that are painful to the touch and also bulging out? What are some preventative test to take if you have a lot of vericose veins or what doctor do you see for this problem?
See Vascular Surgeon: See a vascular surgeon for this condition. What you describe is venous reflux disease resulting in varicose veins. You should get a venous reflux ultrasound & begin wearing compression stockings. You likely are a candidate for a therapy to cure the condition, which is most typically a endovenous thermal ablation of an incompetent leg vein. The disease will tend to get worse without therapy. See MD ...Read more
The vein in my right testicle hurts. I have no problems peeing & no swelling. Should I go see a doctor? My stomach & lower back hurts too
Yes, see a doc: Your symptoms signal something unusual is going on. See your doctor for an exam and evaluation. You should not have pain in the stomach, lower back and testicular vein. ...Read more
Several Things.: The most common cause of veins bursting and bleeding would be trauma. Other causes could be the taking of blood thinners such as Coumadin (warfarin) but also nsaids, aspirin, fish oil, flaxseed oil, plavix, etc. Another cause could be blood problem resulting in an inability to clot. Obviously, it is impossible to make a diagnosis based on only a few facts. You should see a hematologist if bruising recurs. ...Read more
What can be reasons for minor pain in my upper left calf? You can see a visible green vein there. I'm going to the doctor on the 15th. Can it wait?
Probably minor.: Calf pain is always of concern because of the potential to be due to a clot (superficial or deep). What you are describing has none of the characteristics of a deep clot and, although you see a green vein, it also doesn't sound like a superficial clot. Other things can cause calf pain such as muscle pull, trauma or straining. If you have worsening pain then you should see your doctor sooner. ...Read more
When a doctor draws blood from an area, is it more beneficial to draw it near the vein that is closer to the problem area (ex. Neck) for better result?
NO: Blood should be drawn from whenever its easier. Makes no difference if site of phlebotomy is closer to area of problem. ...Read more
Laser specialist: There are dermatologists and ophthalmologists who specialize in treatment of veins of the eyelids using certain lasers. Treating the upper eyelids with lasers usuallly requires special protective eyeshields that are placed inside the eye along with a protective lubricant and numbing drops. Very important to make sure the doctor is highly experienced and trained to perform these treatments. ...Read more
Time: Conjunctival hemorrhages are usually benign. They can be a result f eye rubbing, dry eye or just occur spontaneously. Go to your doctor if your start to develop pain, visual loss or you have easy bruising or bleeding anywhere else on your body. ...Read more
Should I see a doctor due to cutting a vein on my pinky finger and now my finger is turning purple?
Dispite my vericocele embolization 3 months ago, the veins are getting bigger and the pain stronger, I can't see my doctor for a while, what do I do?
My left jugular vein is larger then the right one. And I hear it rushing all the time non-stop. Which doctor should I see? Not my physician for sure
Psychiatry: When one perceives something in their body that a physician cannot see or examine and all other vitals and signs of health are normal...Then one may need to see a counselor about how their mind is perceiving their physical condition. You are not in any way describing a common medical or health condition. Using the words 'rushing' non stop, if your physical exam is normal, represents misperception. ...Read more
I had an IV 8 days ago and played volleyball tonight and where the IV was swelled and got a huge bruise like the a blowout vein. Should I see a doctor?
Hematoma: Where the vein had been punctured for the IV the force of the volleyball has allowed for re-bleeding. Ice the area and apply a compression bandage to prevent further bleeding into the area. It's going to be sore for a few days and the bruising is going to take a while to go away. If you have any pain extending distally (away from torso) then get it looked at. ...Read more
Hello doctor I have huge bulging vein on left side of my penis it is paining and the vein is curved where it ends is this a serious problem please help?
I have a massive bulge on my penis that keeps growing! It's purple with veins flowing through it. Should I see a doctor?
YES!: The only way to know what the problem is for sure and to know whether you need to worry about it or not is to see a doctor. ...Read more
Hit my leg with the car door and hit a vein. I have a bruise bout 3 inchs across and still pretty hard in the middle - should I see a doctor?
It'll be OK: Odds are it will be OK without needing to see a doctor. It will probably take a few weeks to resolve. The discoloration will probably spread as well and you may even see it as far down as your ankle. If you develop fever, pain, shortness of breath or inability to walk then seek medical attention. ...Read more
What kind of doctor to see for My mom has a sharp pain in her vein from her butt to her leg. It hurts when she walks and stands but not when she sits.
You mean nerve not: Vein. Usually the sciatic nerve involves the pathway you're describing. Normally most people don't have pain symptoms from veins, unless there's a varicose vein that's very painful that might be in your mom's leg. She needs to see her PCP for further medical advice, and S/he will recommend PT, meds your mom can take. Also a DO, or doctor of osteopathic medicine can provide osteopathic treatment for relief. ...Read more
Some years back I got a bump on one of the veins on my penis. Recently my veins on my penis got reddish purplish and itchy. Should I see a Doctor??
Start: Start with your primary care physician who can then guide you in the right direction based on presentation. Some of this may be normal. ...Read more
Sometimes I have a clearly visible pulsating artery on the right side of my forehead. Always palpable, definitely not a vein. Should I see a doctor?
Temporal Artery: What you are describing is the temporal artery. There is one on either side of the forehead and in some individuals it is clearly seen and easily palpable. This is a normal finding in many people depending on genetics age and type of skin. There is no need to see a doctor about this unless you very worried about it. ...Read more
Bulging vein in left temple down to eye sometimes with associated pain. Which doctor to see? Could it be something dangerous? No known health issues F 32
See your doctor: You need a complete physical. Your primary doctor is the best place to start. He or she will know the where to direct you. ...Read more
I think I hav small cut or damaged vein near anus causing black stool only at the beginning. Which doctor should I see. My physician or any other.
Any physician: Any physician can scope the area. The black stool is usually caused by old blood. ...Read more
I believe to have a vein or artery pulsating at the top of my right hand. Should I go see a doctor? Is this normal? BTW I do lift weights in the gym.
Normal: Completely normal if there are no other symptoms. ...Read more
I have a lump and pain in vein on hand where I recently had an i.v. I have a history of DVT and pe. Could this be a clot? Should I see my doctor?
Maybe: This could be a local superficial phlebitis from the IV. Not uncommon at all. A small area of clot and inflammation or irritation that will go away. Warm compresses may help. I would not seek any further help unless it gets worse. Could also be a hematoma as another physician noted. This too will go away with time. ...Read more
5yrold cousin has a swollen upper lip for 2 years. No dental problem nor pain. A doctor found a blockage in a vein like I understood. Is there a cure?
Venous malformation: I agree with the other doc who recommended a pediatric plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Vein disorders run in my family (my mom and grandpa) I'm 32, female, have a lot of varicose & spider veins on legs, thighs, ankles. Should I see a doc?
My dad had glaucoma. But now he can only see blood veins of his own eye, doctor changed the lens but stilk same conditiin what could be the reason?
My husband is diabetic and has numb toes on one foot and today has bulging veins on that shin and numbness and puffiness. Will this wait till monday to see doctor or is this an ER situation?
What do you suggest if my doctor says nothing's wrong, but I can see some unusual vessels in my eyes?
Seeing them where?: Are these unusual vessels on the surface so you can see them in the mirror? Or are they seem as a venous pattern in the back of the eye when light hits the eye at an angle? You describe these vessels as unusual but your doctor (hopefully an ophthalmologist) says they are normal. I would rely on that information and not worry. ...Read more
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