The Causes of Varicose Veins

Presentation1Leg vein problems such as varicose veins, venous reflux, leg ulcers, varicose eczema, phlebitis and DVT are very common. Interest in these issues is very high and people often ask what causes varicose veins. Heredity and age are very important risk factors. Aggravating factors such as hormonal changes, pregnancy, obesity and certain occupations may also be important. Men and women appear to be almost equally affected. In this video, Ruth Wood interviews vein specialist Dr Haroun Gajraj and asks about the causes and aggravating factors associated with leg vein conditions.

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Dr Haroun Gajraj

Dr Haroun Gajraj

The Vein Care Centre specialises in the treatment of varicose veins and thread veins at clinics in Dorset and Hampshire. Please call 01935 873951 to book an appointment.

The Vein Care Centre

The Vein Care Centre specialises in the treatment of varicose veins and thread veins at clinics in Dorset and Hampshire.

Call 01935 873951

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