What Are the Most Common Vein Disease Symptoms?
Vein disease symptoms range from mild discomfort to sharp pain, but they all have one thing in common: ignoring them encourages the underlying venous insufficiency problem to progress. If you’ve been wondering whether your vein issues are a warning sign of something significant, keep reading.
Common Vein Disease Symptoms
Unlike other medical conditions, in the early stages of venous disease you may experience very subtle signs and symptoms. Understanding vein disease includes recognizing these subtle warnings:
- Fullness, aching, pressure or fatigue
- A sense of swelling, particularly at the ankle
- Cramping, itching
- Restless legs
Stop ignoring uncomfortable vein disease symptoms. Our experienced vein specialists are here to help you find the relief you need.
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Common Signs of Vein Disease
Signs of vein disease can develop along with or after initial symptoms have been ignored.
Over time, untreated vein disease leads to many venous issues that become progressively more painful, harmful, and harder to treat:
- Spider Veins: patterns or webs of blue and purple veins in the skin
- Varicose Veins: thick, bulging, rope-like veins under the skin
- Edema: lower leg swelling, especially at the end of the day most prominently at the ankle
- Skin changes in texture and color in the lower leg
- Leg ulcers usually around the ankle
Restore Your Leg Vein Health and Confidence
If you’ve been suffering from painful vein disease symptoms or are self-conscious about how your legs look, we can help. Our team uses extensive training and technology to fight leg vein disease. Since we opened our doors in 2001, we have helped over 30,000 patients. Don’t procrastinate–have a specialist at VVC evaluate your legs and give you the knowledge and peace of mind you deserve.
When to See a Vein Doctor
If you are experiencing any of the signs or symptoms of vein disease, it's time to see a vascular specialist. Before making an appointment, realize that not just any doctor will do. Be an informed consumer—research and compare the training and background of your vein doctor. It is important to choose the right provider who is trained and experienced in vein care. We are one of the most credentialed vein centers in Florida. We invite you to talk to one of our vein care specialists to experience the difference in our care.
Since 2001, VVC has used the latest technology and best training to care for over 30,000 patients. Don’t put off the vein disease treatment that you need.
Our team at VVC has experience and training in giving complete vein care. Drs. Sam Martin, Hugo Hart and Dan Arnold are board certified surgeons with extensive training and experience, as well as the right credentials. Meet our vein experts and see why we provide the best care possible.