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You Need to Know about Alcohol and Varicose Veins

When we discuss how habits affect general health and wellness, we usually hear the words “smoking” and “eating.” These are, of course, two of the primary ways in which Americans tend to degrade their physical function. However, we do ourselves a disservice if we don’t expand beyond this point to also recognize the harm that […]


Could Varicose Veins Cause High Blood Pressure? | Columbia SC

Could Varicose Veins Cause High Blood Pressure?

Often, varicose veins are perceived as a cosmetic problem that makes people want to wear long pants even in the summertime. However, varicose veins characterize vein disease that causes uncomfortable symptoms like aching, burning, and leg fatigue. Because the presence of varicose veins means that blood is not traveling back to the heart as it […]



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Should You Take Vitamins for Spider Veins?

Spider veins may not cause the same cramping, itching, and burning as varicose veins, but they sure can be irritating. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, approximately 55% of women live with some type of vein problem, and up to 45% of men do, too. Because there are multiple treatment options […]


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Could Hormonal Birth Control Cause Varicose Veins?

Millions of women rely on birth control pills for pregnancy prevention. Oral contraceptives are integral to responsible family planning and are also commonly used to bring irregular menstrual cycles into balance. Usually, the side effects of hormonal birth control are minimal, limited to a touch of nausea at the onset of use. However, some studies […]


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Signs of The Time

Millions of people are struggling with vein issues like muscle cramps, visible bulging, and leg fatigue. Even when symptoms of varicose veins occur regularly, there may be a question about whether or not a vein specialist should be consulted. The perspective that we take in our Columbia, SC vein clinic is that ongoing pain related […]


Varicose Veins: To Remedy or To Treat?

Varicose veins present a frustrating problem for millions of people. For the almost 25 percent of Americans who struggle with symptoms of venous insufficiency, there is a big question to answer: should I see a vein specialist? Because varicose veins can cause highly uncomfortable symptoms if they are not treated, we say yes. When you […]


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Does it Hurt to Have Varicose Veins Removed?

Do you have varicose veins that cause you embarrassment and physical discomfort? Are you spending yet another summer wearing lightweight pants rather than shorts? There is no reason to suffer another season of aching, throbbing, itching, and self-consciousness. However, if you have the idea that varicose vein treatments hurt, we can understand why you have […]


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Standing Desks: Are They Worth the Investment?

We’ve been told for some time now that sitting for long stretches can be bad for our health. This is more than an old wives tale; a sedentary lifestyle that involves sitting in traffic to get to work, sitting at a desk all day, sitting in traffic to get home, then sitting in front of […]


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Ambulatory Phlebectomy: Are You a Candidate?

Millions of people suffer the frustrating symptoms of varicose veins. Because the accumulation of blood in multiple veins can be difficult to disguise, there are cosmetic issues to manage. Because fluid accumulation increases the pressure inside of veins, there is an issue with comfort. While varicose veins may not initially cause troublesome side-effects like noticeable […]


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