Heredity and Varicose Veins: It’s All in the Family
Heredity plays a larger role in varicose veins. If you have one parent with varicose veins, your chances of getting them too go up by 40 percent. If both your parents have had varicose veins, those odds increase by 90 percent.
Do Varicose Veins Go Away After Weight Loss?
Losing excess weight isn’t a cure-all for varicose veins, but it can help keep your veins happy and healthy.
Why Do I Have Varicose Veins in Only One Leg?
Varicose veins develop most often on the legs, causing swelling and pain. But why do the twisted, swollen veins sometimes appear only on one leg
Don't Let Fear Stop You From Getting Varicose Vein Surgery
Don’t delay treatment for your varicose veins! Today’s surgery procedures are minimally invasive and are the only way to eliminate your varicose veins
Treatment Options for Vein Disease
Vein doctor Diana Wilsher, D.O., DABVLM, reviews modern treatment options for diseased veins and answers the question of why one vein treatment method is chosen over another. Dr. Wilsher is the lead physician at Center for Vein Restoration's clinics in Canton, MI, and Dearborn, MI.
Pregnancy is Rough on Veins. Sorry Mom (and Thanks ❤️)
During pregnancy, 80 percent of women experience symptoms related to vein disease, including swelling, fatigue, and painful varicose veins. Learn how to prevent varicose veins during pregnancy and what women should do before, during, and after pregnancy to reduce their risks of bulging, uncomfortable veins.
Why Will I Get Varicose Veins From Sitting Too Much?
Sitting for long periods is bad for your veins. Getting up and getting moving can have more of an impact that you may suspect.
Will Vitamin E Oil Help My Varicose Veins?
Like many nutritional supplements, vitamin E is great for your overall health. Unfortunately, it can’t eliminate your varicose veins.
How are Varicose Veins Diagnosed?
A combination of physical exam and imaging are required to properly diagnose varicose veins.