Vericose / spider veins on ankles feet and leg? Just started happening? Causes?

Valves. These see very common and are usually associated with the development of problems with the valves in the veins themselves. When these valves fail to function properly, blood can pool in the leg and cause a dilatation of the superficial veins. I would not hesitate to be seen for it.
Food doesn't matter. Varicose and spider vein problems are most commonly due to many factors including hereditary, pregnancies, aging , hormones and trauma. The underlying problems with varicose veins is malfunctioning (refluxing) of the valves of the saphenous system of veins. If you have a vein problem then you should see a vein specialist for a full venous evaluation including a venous ultrasound.
ChronicVenousStasis. there can be many causes, the most common are chronic venous stasis. Some people are more prone due to weakness of the venous connective tissue, long hrs of standing, aging. Certain health conditions can also make one prone. There are many options available if it is a cosmetic concern that you can discuss with your doctor.

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Vericose veins /spider veins on ankles feet and legs. Seem to have came on quickly. Can this be heart related?

No it is not. spider vein are relate to varicose vein, which caused by a valve problem in the vein, not heart problem. because vein problem can cause edema in the leg, and some heart problem can cause edema sometime people can confuse the similarity with cause effect issue. spider vein could be treated by injection like sclerotherapy, or laser therapy. same time controlling the varicose vein is important. 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?

Varicose veins. Go see a phlebologist if your varicose veins bother you. In the meantime, try to sit rather than stand. Try to sit w/legs elevated when possible. Wear compression/support stockings. Read more...
Worth checking. Varicose veins are more common in people with fewer valves inside their veins. If this runs in your family, there are precautions that can be taken. An ultrasound of your leg veins can give you some additional information. Read more...
Get it checked . Varicose & spider veins are signs of venous insufficiency. They can cause symptoms such as cramping, tenderness or fatigue in legs. Untreated venous insufficiency can lead to leg swelling, skin changes and even sore which are difficult to heal. Evaluation with ultrasound & vein specialist needed: not all varicose & spider veins need to be treated & sometimes conservative treatment is chosen. Read more...
Yes. Sign of venous insuffincay. I would have it checked and likely have some tests run. Read more...
VV and genetics. The most common cause of varicose veins is genetics followed in women by pregnancies. However, I see many patients without any prior family history of vein problems. If your mom had varicose veins then the chances of you developing these are high. You should see a vein specialist for a venous evaluation and recommendation for preventive care. Read more...