Xarelto Lawsuit Utah
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Are Varicose Veins and Blood Clots Related?
If you have varicose veins, you may wonder if you are also at risk of blood clots. Blood clots can become very serious, especially if they form (or move to) a part of your body where they will obstruct blood flow to a vital organ. It’s important to educate yourself about your vein health if you have varicose veins so you can prevent complications in the future.
What Are Varicose Veins?
Varicose veins are veins in which the valves are no longer working at optimal capacity. This means the blood isn’t flowing up the vein as easily or smoothly as it should because the valves that push the blood (against gravity) back to the heart just aren’t as strong or powerful as they should be.
You can probably see your varicose veins (if you have them.) They usually bulge or protrude a little (or a lot) and look discolored. Varicose veins usually occur in your legs (due to standing for long periods of time or carrying excess weight) or in your anal or vaginal area (due to straining during bowel movements or childbirth, or pressure due to pregnancy or significant weight gain.)
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