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Ugly Leg Veins

For some reason I have developed very visable large veins on my legs for many years, but have worsened considerably over the last few years. I have been ill and unable to work over the last 3 years so have been quite inactive. I have always been very slim weighing only 7 stone so it's not due to weight. Don't know if it's due to circulation problem or sluggish system?? My mum has varicose veins but hers are brought on due to standing all day at work and she never had them before, whereas I've had them since I was in my 20's.Now 39 and am really upset my legs look so bad. GP just says it's nothing and that some peoples veins are more visable!! My sister's don't have this problem so I why do I?? Is there anything I can take that will really work? Please help...
  jazg2112 on 2009-07-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
varicose and enlarged veins is a prominent symptom of Calc. Flour. Please try it in 12x (2 grain per dose 3/4 times a day) Morvoer this is also is tissue remedy would definitly help you out.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Dear Dr's, many thanks for your responses. Just not sure which treatment to use as they are both different medicines? Please advise...

I have also been taking Natures Answer rosehip and bioflavonoid extract as I have read that bioflavonoids are good for vein problems. I haven't noticed any difference with this but want to know if it's ok to continue taking this alongside the remedies you've mentioned?? Many thanks.
jazg2112 last decade

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