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How can Varicose Veins be prevented?

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Varicose veins may be prevented to some extent by:

These suggestions can relieve your symptoms, slow the progression of varicose veins, and prevent complications such as sores or bleeding. They are especially important if you have a family history of varicose veins. These measures may help you avoid surgery or other medical treatment for your varicose veins.

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