10 Signs of TREATABLE venous disease

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  1. Lower extremity swelling, especially from the knee down, that worsens as the day progresses and improves with leg elevation.
  2. Leg fatigue, pain and heaviness that worsens as the day goes on.
  3. Severe cramps or Charley horses, especially at night.
  4. Restless leg symptoms
  5. Flaking or itching skin on the legs
  6. Skin discoloration or hard leathery skin, especially near the lower legs and ankles
  7. Ropey varicose veins
  8. Venous ulcers
  9. You have a family history of venous disease
  10. You have a history of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or superficial thrombophlebitis (SVT)
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