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amother






Post  Sun, Dec 21 2008, 9:42 pm
I'm not sure if this is the right place for this, but I couldn't find a better place. Anyways, I have been developing vaicose veins in my right calf since my 2nd dd was born 16 months ago. My legs were always feeling tired and achey but I kept attributing it to my feet problem (I developed low arches since my arches fell from my fist pregnancy) eventhough I wear custom made orthotics. But recently I looked at my legs from the back and my right leg has pretty gross varicose veins...like a grandma. I'm only 25 and I have varicose veins already! Any ideas to help get rid of them? Thanks!
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amother






Post  Sun, Dec 21 2008, 9:55 pm
I wish I could help you, I just discovered my own in a diff place... a little more disturbing... I wish I knew what to do too
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supermama2




 
 
 


Post  Sun, Dec 21 2008, 11:26 pm
I've seen 3 vascular surgeons recently for my severe varicose and the bottom line is that I should wait until I finish having children before surgery as the veins could come back again or worse if one gets pregnant after. There are support hose that can help them from getting worse. I recommend the thigh-high. www.ameswalker.com has a large selection. I find Juzo is most comfortable but the ames walker brand isn't soo bad, it's cheaper anyway.
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