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6 Risk Factors for Chronic Venous Insufficiency

6 Risk Factors for Chronic Venous Insufficiency

  Veins and arteries play major roles in our circulatory system. While arteries carry oxygenated blood away from the heart to the rest of the body, veins bring back blood low in oxygen from the body to the heart. It is safe to say that venous health is quite important and that damaged or weak […]

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Are Your Shoes Causing Varicose Veins?

Are Your Shoes Causing Varicose Veins?

Crossing your legs does not cause varicose veins, but too much pressure put on to your legs can become a cause. People who are in professions where they are required to stand/sit for a long period of time are more susceptible to venous insufficiency.  However, wearing the right choice of footwear can help preventing and […]

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National Diabetes Month & Venous Health

National Diabetes Month & Venous Health

  November marks the month for awareness for Diabetes. Although, varicose veins are not caused by diabetes, the combination of the two in your body can cause a considerable impact on your health. High blood sugar levels due to diabetes can affect the blood vessels by weakening them. This weakness makes the venous system prone […]

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How to Treat Varicose Veins During Pregnancy

How to Treat Varicose Veins During Pregnancy

During your pregnancy, Varicose Veins would be the last thing to cross your mind. If you’re suffering from Varicosities during pregnancy, don’t panic you’re not alone. Almost, 20 percent of American women suffer from venous disorders and varicose veins while pregnant.    What bodily changes during pregnancy cause varicose veins? American Pregnancy Association explains that […]

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World Mental Health Day 2019: Suicide Prevention

World Mental Health Day 2019: Suicide Prevention

Every year 10th October marks the World Mental Health Day and is organized by the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH). This year the WFMH has decided to make Suicide Prevention the main theme.  Mental health and suicides are treated as taboo topics to be discussed. People shy away and are uncomfortable to open up […]

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Caring for Your Friends’ and Family’s Vein Health

Caring for Your Friends’ and Family’s Vein Health

If you have a friend or family member who’s impacted by varicose veins, let them know that treatment options are available. Though varicose veins are often considered a cosmetic issue, these enlarged, twisted veins can often be quite uncomfortable or develop into more serious conditions. However, even when they don’t, their prominent appearance can make […]

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Can you travel after Vein Treatment?

Can you travel after Vein Treatment?

Patients often asked us whether they can travel on a plane after their varicose vein treatment. At Comprehensive Vein Care, there is a very strict protocol in place for plane travel post treatment. This protocol will vary for Overseas Plane Travel (>4 hours on the plane) and Interstate Travel (<4 hours on the plane). Overseas […]

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What’s New In The Treatment of Varicose Veins?

What’s New In The Treatment of Varicose Veins?

This is a most widely recognized inquiries patients asked when call to Comprehensive Vein Care Numerous patients still thinking that invasive surgery is the main answer for treating huge, bulgy veins. This idea frequently stops them from considering having their veins treated, as they would regularly identify with a horrible experience of a relative or […]

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Causes and Treatment of Bulging Veins

Causes and Treatment of Bulging Veins

Causes for Bulging Veins Causes of bulging veins can be varicose veins that are blue or dark purple and appear near to the surface of your skin. Bulges often form on the legs and feet but can occur anywhere. You may experience bulging varicose veins after you have been standing or sitting for long periods. Varicose […]