Can pregnancy give me spider veins?

Can pregnancy give me spider veins?

Spider veins are relatively common during pregnancy and typically painless and harmless. Around 50% of expecting mothers get some degree of spider veins or varicose veins. In many cases, they simply shrink and go away after delivery. In some other cases, they can...
Treating a Family History of Varicose Veins

Treating a Family History of Varicose Veins

A family history of varicose veins is the biggest risk factor for developing varicose veins. About half of all people who have varicose veins have a family history of them, and children with two parents with varicose veins have a 90% chance of developing them at some...
Aftercare restrictions for sclerotherapy

Aftercare restrictions for sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy is a highly effective, minimally invasive procedure to treat small and large spider veins. The procedure involves injecting abnormal veins with a solution that causes them to swell, collapse and fade away over time. Once the vein collapses, it is...
DIY Skin Care Treatment for Rosacea

DIY Skin Care Treatment for Rosacea

Rosacea is a skin condition. Common symptoms include reddened skin, usually occurring on your cheeks and nose but capable of spreading to your forehead, back, chest and other areas. Redness can be chronic or occur during flare-ups. Other symptoms include enlarged,...
How Rosacea Symptoms Change Over Time

How Rosacea Symptoms Change Over Time

Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that causes redness, pimples and broken blood vessels. It most commonly affects the face and eyes as well as the neck, chest, or other areas of skin. Over time, the redness caused by the condition may become permanent as the small...