Vein Disorders

How Knowing Your Risks for Deep Vein Thrombosis Can Save Your Life

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a serious medical condition in which a blood clot forms in a deep vein. A deep vein differs from the superficial veins you may see on your hands and arms in that they are much deeper and larger. The Centers for Disease Control estimates nearly 900,000 Americans are affected each year. Data cannot …

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Why Do My Veins Hurt?

As our bodies change with age, many aches and pains come with it. You may experience more pain in your joints, such as your knees, shoulders, and elbows, as well as other areas of the body. Another change we must be mindful of is how our bodies handle our circulation. In some cases, circulation can …

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Why Are My Veins Aching?

It can be unsettling to experience pain in your veins. Whether the discomfort is mild or severe, it can be worrisome not to know the reason why you’re in pain. Several conditions could be culprits behind your discomfort, and identifying the right one is a crucial first step in your recovery. If you’ve experienced pain …

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Managing your Atherosclerosis

It is estimated that 1 out of every 58 American adults has atherosclerosis. This vascular condition occurs when fatty plaques adhere to the walls of coronary arteries. Buildup of arterial plaques causes the arteries to narrow and, over time, harden. Thus, atherosclerosis is aptly referred to as “hardening or narrowing of the arteries.” Atherosclerosis not …

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