Presence of varicose veins: If you notice enlarged, elongated, and twisted veins on your legs, known as varicose veins, you should visit a phlebologist. Even if varicose veins are not causing any discomfort, it is recommended to consult a doctor for an assessment of the condition and potential treatment.

Symptoms and discomfort: If you experience symptoms related to varicose veins such as pain, heaviness, swelling, leg fatigue, muscle cramps, itching, or burning, it is advisable to consult a phlebologist. These symptoms may indicate an advanced stage of venous disease.

Skin changes and ulcers: If you observe skin changes on your legs, such as discoloration, thickening, ulcers, or other abnormalities, it is important to seek medical attention from a phlebologist as soon as possible. These changes may be associated with an advanced stage of varicose veins and require proper diagnosis and treatment.

Family history: If there is a history of varicose veins or other venous diseases in your family, you have a higher risk of developing them. In such cases, regular check-ups with a phlebologist are recommended for early detection and prevention of potential complications.

Prevention: If you do not have varicose veins yet but have risk factors such as a sedentary lifestyle, overweight, pregnancy, prolonged standing or sitting, or smoking, you can consult a phlebologist for advice on varicose vein prevention and maintaining healthy legs.

We invite you to visit our phlebology clinic, where our specialists will help assess the condition of your legs, provide a diagnosis, and propose appropriate treatment or preventive measures for varicose veins. Please contact us to schedule a consultation.


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