This is how to tell if your product is a varicose vein product.
What Is a Vascular Vascular Disease? (VVD) A vascular disease is a condition that has caused a narrowing of blood vessels. A vascular disease can cause a condition called anemia, which can cause the body to hold too much blood. A condition called atherosclerosis (thickening of arteries) is a cause of varicose veins. Other causes of varicose veins include: Polymyositis, which occurs in children;
Certain autoimmune diseases. What are varicose veins? A varicose vein is a thin line of blood in a vein. It may start at the end of the small intestine, go to the bladder or heart, or travel to the kidneys, brain, or to the brain and the spinal cord. The veins are small and usually covered by a band of fat or fat tissue. Usually, they are small enough that they are not visible when they are closed. The veins may be swollen, blood-clotted, or stained with blood. Most often, varicose veins are seen in people who have diabetes. However, they can be seen in any adult with diabetes. Most cases of varicose veins can be prevented. Here are the causes of varicose vains.