Vein Disease

When to Get Spider Veins Treated

March 3, 2022 • ngoulds • Vein DiseaseVein Treatment

Spider veins can occur when the valves in your veins stop working properly. Spider veins are small varicose veins that appear in web-like red and blue patterns on your legs, often changing their appearance. While most often these veins are small enough not to cause pain or swelling, they can distort the appearance of your legs, often making you uncomfortable in clothing that shows them off. Who Is at Risk for Spider Veins? While anyone can develop spider veins, spider veins are most common in women and even more prevalent in women who have had children.

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Bulging Veins in Your Hands? We Can Help!

February 3, 2022 • ngoulds • Varicose VeinsVein CareVein Disease

You may have noticed bulging veins in your hands, especially if you’ve been doing something active, or it’s a warm day. But you’re probably wondering what causes hand veins to be more pronounced, and whether you need to worry about that. The short answer is that many people experience this, and there are several common reasons for it. But the longer answer is that you may need to learn more about vein issues, so you can make sure you’re keeping your vascular system as healthy as possible.

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How Blood Thinners Help Those with DVT

October 3, 2021 • zburt • DVTVein Disease

When clots form within your deep veins, you have deep vein thrombosis (DVT). This is a dangerous issue that can be uncomfortable or may have no symptoms. One of the most common treatments for DVT is to take blood thinners to help stop new blood clots from thinning and may slow the growth of existing clots. Why do Varicose Veins Get Blood Clots? There are a number of reasons you could end up with blood clots. Anything that stops the blood from flowing in a normal way could cause a blood clot.

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All the Best Tips for Finding the Right Varicose Vein Specialist in Phoenix

June 11, 2020 • • Vein DiseaseVein Treatment
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A vein specialist is a medical professional who not only diagnoses but also treats and manages conditions relating to the arteries and veins in your body. They’re equipped to treat a wide range of different circumstances, including but not limited to ones like varicose veins, spider veins, leg swelling and more. There are a huge number of benefits that come along with seeing a vein specialist, including the fact that they can recommend the right treatment to slow the progression of certain diseases, and to help relieve certain uncomfortable symptoms you might be experiencing.

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5 Things You Need to Know about Blood Clots

November 28, 2018 • Tri-City Vein Center • Vein Disease

Your blood clots as a way to prevent you from losing too much blood when you bleed. When you stop bleeding, the blood clot breaks up and dissolves away. While blood clots are a healthy and normal thing in most cases, a blood clot can sometimes be dangerous. Here are five important facts vein doctors want you to know about blood clots. 5 Important Facts about Blood Clots 1. Blood clots can be dangerous Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE) are two types of dangerous blood clots. DVT is a condition in which a blood clot develops in a vein deep inside the body.

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