Signs and Symptoms of Vein Disease

Symptoms of vein disease

Chronic venous insufficiency, varicose veins, and spider veins are all very common, treatable types of vein disease. Innovative Vein Centers offers a variety of minimally-invasive, in-office vein treatment options to take away your pain and restore your confidence.

Vein disease symptoms can vary greatly, but should always be taken seriously. If you experience any of the following symptoms in your legs, you may want to consider being evaluated by one of our vein specialists:

  • Swelling, aching pain – often worse at night 
  • Pruritus (itching of the legs)
  • Fatigue and/or heaviness
  • Night cramps 
  • Restless legs /Numbness or tingling 
  • Burning or throbbing veins 
  • Bulging or enlarged veins raised
  • Small, red/blue, web-like veins

For many people, unsightly veins are an aesthetic annoyance that reduces self-confidence. For others, these painful, throbbing blood vessels interrupt life’s normal activities and are a significant health concern. Persons that have swelling, pain, changes in skin color/texture and or sores on the skin that do not readily heal should consider treatment.

Patients with ulcers may find that topical medicines and specialty dressings (bandages)do not remedy the underlying cause. In almost 80% of ulcer cases, the skin breakdown will reoccur if a vein specialist does not address the vascular issue

Innovative Vein Center offers treatment of the underlying cause of vein disease.