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DVT Symptoms You Should Never Ignore: Could You Have Deep Vein Thrombosis/Blood Clots?

You can have Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) without any noticeable symptoms. However, when there are symptoms of DVT and venous disease, it's important to take note and see a physician right away. If you have any of the following DVT symptoms, it's important to take action; get evaluated and, if a blood clot is present, treatment from a qualified physician, surgeon, or vein specialist.

Are Varicose Veins Always Visible?

Are varicose veins always visible, or are there signs and symptoms of venous disease that can help you correct the condition before unsightly, bulging veins appear? By educating yourself about venous disease causes, risk factors, and symptoms, you can prevent or minimize the effects of the condition. In this article, we’ll explore the signs and symptoms of varicose veins you can’t see. Read more Subscribe

Are hemorrhoids like varicose veins?

While hemorrhoids may be an uncomfortable topic for discussion with your medical practitioner, they are even more uncomfortable to live with every day. Despite the infrequency with which you hear them mentioned, hemorrhoids are surprisingly common, especially during pregnancy and middle age. But, what exactly are hemorrhoids and how do they form? Are hemorrhoids like varicose veins? What type of doctor should you see for...

Is Varicose Vein Removal Painful?

Have you avoided a trip to see a vein specialist because you’re afraid of an invasive, painful varicose vein removal procedure? Allow us to put your fears to rest. While vein stripping used to be the most common treatment option used for patients with varicose veins, your options have increased and improved dramatically in recent years. Learn about the new varicose vein ‘walk in,...

Varicose Vein Questions and Answers

Varicose veins are an under-diagnosed and under-treated health problem in America. Approximately 40 million people have varicose veins with more than 65% of women and 40% of men in their sixties having vein disease. While not all varicose veins are a health risk, physical symptoms and secondary medical problems develop in many patients who assume their veins are more of a cosmetic concern. Below,...