A cancer diagnosis comes with its own unique set of challenges. It’s scary and can take a toll on you and those you love. Knowledge is power, so by being aware of the cancer and DVT risk, you can take steps to protect yourself.
Not all varicose veins require treatment, but if you have them you should see a vein specialist. Some varicose veins can be managed with lifestyle changes that prevent them from advancing. These “Better Veins for Life Principles” include: wearing medical grade graduated compression socks, taking a break for leg elevation several times per day, maintaining your healthy weight, and a regular exercise routine.
If you have itsy bitsy spider veins crawling up your legs, then you have likely wondered what kind of potions or wizardly magic might banish them. Before calling on magic, you should know that there’s a simple, painless procedure to get rid of spider veins on the legs in our Middle Georgia vein speciality clinics in Macon and Warner Robins.
Are varicose veins and spider veins a cosmetic concern for you? Pain can be exhausting, slow you down, wear you out and affect your work and play. The good news is that you don’t have to live with the pain.
Some pregnancy symptoms are minor, such as backache and fatigue. Others are more serious, like bleeding, severe nausea/vomiting, preeclampsia or preterm labor. In light of these symptoms, leg vein problems can seem to be the last straw.