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Varicose veins are a problem that affects almost one in four people in the world over the age of 40.
Although varicose veins are indicated by visual changes in the veins - they increase, swell, bulge, become rough and bluish - varicose veins are not just a cosmetic defect.
Some patients with varicose veins do not experience any discomfort or pain at all, so they do not perceive it as a serious health problem, but only as a visual defect.
However, over time, the disease can develop, which in turn will cause a variety of unpleasant symptoms, such as pain, burning, itching, cramps, a feeling of heaviness.
Without timely treatment of varicose veins, the patient is at risk of developing even more serious illnesses, such as thrombosis or venous insufficiency.
Varicose veins should also be treated as soon as possible, because varicose veins can limit a person's quality of life and interfere with daily activities.
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