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Enlarged veins

Veins are blood vessels whose main function is to carry blood away from tissues and organs to the heart and are thus an essential part of the circulatory system. If their function is disturbed, unpleasant symptoms may appear, including small whiplashes, cramps, a feeling of sore legs, swelling and later also changes in pigmentation, inflammation and ulcers.

Varicose veins, i.e. small red to purple dilated veins on the legs, are a common female problem. Varicose veins are technically known as microvaricose veins and are the mildest form of varicose veins.

Varicose veins are not considered a serious health problem, however, they may indicate that vein problems may occur in the future. If whipworms start to appear, you need to pay attention and start following some basic preventive measures. Varicose veins are most often found on the legs, but unlike varicose veins, they can also be found elsewhere on the body. Varicose veins are particularly visible in the face, on the nose or cheeks, where they can also be related to a skin disease called rosacea. Panicles appear either singly or create so-called spider webs.

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