5 Signs You Should See a Doctor about Varicose or Spider Veins
All the work you put into keeping your legs beautiful can go out the window at the first sight of varicose or spider veins!
Certainly, varicose veins can be embarrassing and ugly, but did you know they can also be a warning of long term health risk?
The great news is there are tremendous treatment options that not only restore your leg’s
natural beauty, they also help you avoid more serious problems down the road.
When should you seek medical attention? Our research pointed to these five signs:
- The veins in your leg are visibly swollen
- Dry, scaly skin on your legs that cracks easily
- Color changes to the skin on your legs
- Legs feel heavy or sore at the end of the day
- Pain in your leg or calf after sitting for a long time
If you’ve had ANY of the signs above…you should seek a consultation with an experienced
doctor who specializes in vein treatment.
Only a qualified doctor with the latest and most advanced technologies has been proven to
restore the beauty and health of your veins!
But which doctor should I go see?
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