The veins in our bodies play a crucial role in our overall health. They help to make sure that blood is circulated back up to the heart. But sometimes, when veins become worn or damaged, the blood no longer circulates as it should, causing various vein issues to occur.
Many times, people who have vein problems do not visit a varicose vein doctor because they are uncertain about their severity. But you should always see a doctor if you have concerns about vein pain, swollen and bulging veins, or if your veins have become blue, red, or purple.
Here are a few signs that you should pay attention to. These signs will let you know if it is time to schedule an appointment with a vein doctor at Bass Vein Center.
Skin issues like dryness, itchiness, or even a rash could sign that you have vein issues. These symptoms are a result of extreme pressure levels in the damaged veins. Since the blood is not flowing back to the heart as it should, these damaged veins will cause your skin to become flaky or cause a rash. In the most severe cases where vein issues are left untreated, you could develop a leg ulcer.
A small and tender lump on your legs may not always be a sign of a leg problem, but it is common for blood clots in the legs to cause these lumps to occur. If you notice a small lump that is tender to the touch, you should get in touch with us here at Bass Vein Center as soon as possible to set up an appointment.
If your legs feel more weak than usual after standing for an extended period, this could sign a vein issue. Varicose veins can cause your legs to feel heavy and weak. That condition will worsen if you stand on your feet for hours while running errands or for work.
Leg pain may not always be a sign of a chronic vein issue. But if your leg pain is consistent and making it difficult for you to carry out basic everyday tasks, you could be dealing with something serious. To determine if your leg pain is a sign of vein disease, you should make an appointment with your local East Bay vein specialists for a diagnosis.
If just one of your legs swells and the swelling often goes away in the morning, you could be experiencing a vein issue. There are many reasons why our legs swell, but if the swelling is only happening in one leg, chances are it could be a sign of chronic venous insufficiency. You should schedule an appointment to find out for sure.
If you have vein issues such as varicose veins, spider veins, or chronic venous insufficiency, you should be seen by one of our vein specialists here at Bass Vein Center. We are happy to provide the residents of East Bay and the surrounding cities with the absolute best treatment options available, most of which are minimally invasive. Call us today at (925) 281-5912 to make an appointment with an East Bay doctor.