Varicose veins can turn into painful ulcers if not treated early

Lifestyle management, leg rest and skin care are important interventions to delay the progression of varicose veins. — Shutterstock

Pay attention if your veins are enlarged, swollen, lumpy, twisted, blueish or dark purple – they are probably varicosed and need medical attention.

Patients seldom consult a doctor as the initial symptoms may be mild and do not always lead to major health complications.

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