Question: When should I be worried about veins in my legs?

When to Call a Doctor About Varicose Veins Severe and continuous pain and swelling in the legs. Heaviness and/or dull, achy feeling in the legs at the end of the day, or after physical activity. Varicose veins are red and feel warm and tender to the touch. Varicose veins are prone to bleeding on their own or due to ...

When should I seek medical attention for varicose veins?

It is important to seek medical treatment immediately if you experience: Hyperpigmentation of the lower leg and ankle, meaning skin patches become darker than the normal surrounding skin. Thickening and hardening of the skin in the same area that may itch and look red and scaly, similar to eczema.

Why am I getting varicose veins all of a sudden?

Varicose veins are caused by increased blood pressure in the veins from weakened or damaged valves. Many factors may raise the risk for varicose veins, such as being overweight, smoking, and being physically inactive. Raising (elevating) the legs and wearing compression stockings can help treat varicose veins.

How do you know if varicose veins are dangerous?

Seek medical attention if you notice any of the following in regard to your varicose veins:darker patches of skin, sores, or ulcers.bleeding veins.veins that are painful and feel hot.persistent pain and swelling.Jun 10, 2020

How do you tell if you have bad veins in your legs?

SymptomsAn achy or heavy feeling in your legs.Burning, throbbing, muscle cramping and swelling in your lower legs.Worsened pain after sitting or standing for a long time.Itching around one or more of your veins.Skin discoloration around a varicose vein.Jan 30, 2021

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