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Hi First is this something you do on a regular basis, if not then this could be the reason, you have just strained a couple of things, and from my...
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Yes I also have gotten VV from when I fell down my stairs so yes you can I hope this helps thank you and good luck to you and your!!!!!!!!
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The laser creates a beam of high-intensity light that penetrates deep into skin tissue where it delivers a controlled amount of targeted therapeutic...
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It may be all in your head, but unless you saw a cardiologist, had an chest x-ray and/or echocardiogram, there is no way to know if someone has an...
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They usually prescribe compression stockings for such a condition.
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my aunt has them to and she had to go to the hospital because it was a blood clot in her leg so yes be worried
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I'm sorry you're going through this. I can certainly understand your wanting a more permanent solution to the problem after dealing with the...
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This is a question you need to ask your doctor prior to the procedure. Every doctor has different post-operative instructions, so you should find out...
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Recently, an excellent article appeared in The Wall Street Journal, written by medical writer Laura Landro, which provided an excellent summary of...
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Varicose veins are bulging, bluish cords running just beneath the surface of your skin. They almost always affect legs and feet. Visible swollen and...
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To push blood back to your heart, your veins rely mainly on surrounding muscles and a network of one-way valves. As blood flows through a vein, the...
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An increased volume of blood and the pressure of your growing uterus can slow your circulation, sometimes causing the veins in your legs to become...
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Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted veins found near the surface of the skin.
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Lasers are often used to treat varicose veins; however, it depends on what we are talking about. So a lot of people come in and tell me they have...
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Depending on how small they are, lasers can be very effective in treating spider veins. I don't recommend lasers to the external surface of the skin...
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