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Why Are The Veins In My Hands Puffy
Why do the back of my hand and top of my feet hurt.?My veins also seems to be a little bit puffy in those areas
Hands that hurt: There are many possible reasons why your hand hurt particularly if you have had trauma in the area. If it is red or a rash then it could be hand dermatitis , psoriasi or eczema. You should see a different specialist depending on the history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sharp pain in puffy vein by achilles. Later sudden feeling of wet and liquid running in my sole but nothing to see. Hematomas in hands same day. Why?
Potentially serious: Already on iron=good.Concerned about "puffy vein" followed by 'liquid running'.Anemia could be cause of hematomas, do you have tiny hematomas anywhere (petechiae)?Could be indication of thrombocytopenia (low platelets) or other serious blood disorder. Hypermobility also significant as it indicates connective tissue weakness & blood vessels can burst (Marfan v Ehlers-Danlos). See dr. IMMEDIATELY. ...Read more
I just worked out and after my shower i noticed the veins in my hands were much bluer than usual.. Is this normal?
Hot water: Hot water, like hot weather will cause superficial veins to dilate as they attempt to coll your blood as it passes near the skin level...This is seenas bluer or larger veins...Ther is no need for concern as this is normal physiologic process. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Increased flow: Exercising increases blood flow to the muscles. That and increased pressure from straining increases the amount of blood in your veins so they are more visible. ...Read more
A couple of ways: You can either shrink the veins or fill in the tissue around the veins. Sclerotherapy will shrink the veins and generally gives lasting results for at least a couple of years. You would want to see a vein specialist to get this done. Dermal fillers can raise the tissue around the veins and make them less apparent. The results are generally quicker to be apparent but don't last as long. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Temperature related?: Not an easy question as the pain could be coming from anywhere. But since your veins are one of the main ways our body tries to control our internal temperature, you may be experiencing discomfort as they change sizes - they may swell with activity and warmth and shrink when it is cold. As they change size the amount of blood flowing in them changes too. You may be sensitive to this change. ...Read more
Sclerotherapy: See a vein specialist or a plastic surgeon who treats hand veins: www.Phlebology.Org it usually takes 2 to 3 sessions of sclerotherapy (injections with painless medicines like Asclera or sts). I usually put compression gloves and ace wraps on overnight right after the session, then wait 2-3 weeks and reinject. Veins in the hands aren't diseased. It is just a cosmetic treatment, maven when large. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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