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Heart and CirculationVaricose veins

Varicose veins are the veins that become enlarged. They commonly refer to the veins of the legs.

The indications of the varicose veins include:

• Swelling in ankle or calf.

• Heavy legs with ache, especially at night.

• Appearance of spider veins in the affected leg.

• Skin discoloration to brownish or blue near the affected vein.

• Itching, redness and dryness of the skin area.

• Inflammation, pain or ulceration near vein.

• White, irregular scar like patches seen in ankle.

• Cramps in legs when one stands up or moves suddenly.

• Minor injuries may take a lot of time to heal.

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