I don't claim to have all the answers. For example, some varicose vains products may cause infections of the bladder and kidney, others may be safe, and others are harmful. I have used some products, but cannot recommend them. It depends.
If you are experiencing pain, irritation, swelling, discoloration, or other symptoms from a particular product, don't use that product. Talk to your doctor about any other medical conditions that may affect you. For more information on varicose vains, see my article Varicose Vains. To learn more about varicose veins and other forms of varicose vein pain, visit my article on Varicose Vines. What is a varicose vein? A varicose vein (also known as a varicose artery or varicose vein) is a vein in the upper leg, behind the kneecap, that carries blood from the legs and buttocks to the arm. It is the main vein for blood to travel from the thigh to the upper arm, so it carries a lot of blood. A varicose vein can be painful, especially if it is painful to walk. It can be very hot and very cold. There are two types of varicose veins: A varicose artery is a vein that has narrowed and narrowed over time, making it painful to walk.