Varicose veins are most commonly found on the legs; however it is possible for them to appear in other unexpected places that are not your legs and feet. Varicose Veins on your arms Varicose veins can appear on your arms, and this can cause some distress as the arms are typically a very visible area… Continue reading Where can Varicose Veins appear?
For many women, varicose veins can prove to be a particularly troublesome issue during the menopause.
Many people suffer from thread or spider veins, a smaller type of vein similar to varicose veins.
Varicose veins usually develop when the small valves inside the veins stop working properly. They appear as lumpy or bulging veins usually on the legs and they may be dark purple or blue in colour. Varicose veins affect many people in the UK but many people choose to ignore their veins rather than seeking treatment.… Continue reading Do I need to treat my varicose veins?
Varicose veins most commonly appear on the legs and can be painful and cause swelling in the ankles. Varicose veins are caused by the walls of the vein becoming stretched and losing their elasticity properties. This then results in the valves within your veins malfunctioning causing blood to flow backwards and collect within the vein.… Continue reading Varicose Vein Removal London Harley Street
A poll undertaken by The Private Clinic has shown that 46% of people are more self-conscious of having their legs on show due to varicose veins than they are cellulite and that nearly half of people living in Britain would avoid wearing shorts due to their varicose veins. It is then not surprising that The… Continue reading Varicose Vein Before and After Photographs
If you’re suffering from varicose veins or as some call them “leg veins” and are thinking about treatment, we understand you may have a lot of questions regarding the condition itself and options available to you. We thought we would help you out by answering some of the most popular varicose vein queries our patients… Continue reading We answer your Varicose Vein Questions
Varicose veins are a relatively common issue shared amongst 40% of the adult population in the UK. Usually varicose veins are caused by pregnancy, genetics, age or being overweight and the main reason for seeking treatment would be if you were unhappy with the appearance. In some cases patients have discussed symptoms such as pain,… Continue reading Are my varicose veins a health risk?