When you look down at your legs, if you notice tiny spider web-like lines painting your skin you may have spider veins in Phoenix MD.
While varicose veins are large and rope-like, spider veins are smaller in nature but can still be just as unsightly and annoying, especially in the summertime.
Aside from the physical symptoms where you can see thin spider veins in the legs, you may also experience secondary symptoms such as swelling of the feet or the legs.
Other symptoms include tiredness in your leg muscles as well as cramping in the evening or even itching and burning of the ankles and legs.
Spider veins are often red or blue small veins that appear just under the surface and look similar to a spider web.
These veins may only be present in a small area or even cover a large area of your legs.
Spider veins may also be present on the face.
There are many reasons why you may experience spider vein symptoms including the following:
One of the best ways to prevent spider veins from developing is to exercise regularly, control your weight, and to elevate your legs when at rest.
Other strategies that work include purchasing compression stockings and to avoid standing for long periods of time when possible.
At The Vein Center of Maryland our vein specialists have years of experience in treating all vein issues including varicose veins.
Call The Vein Center of Maryland today to schedule your complimentary consultation. (401)970-2314.