Varicose veins and vitamin deficiency

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for few mounths i have had veins apperer on my back back of arms tops legs and backicly everywhere cant see without mirror and the back ones you can feel easy and some look like rash and i have few bruse type things on top of leg and stomach and went for blood test liver and that all fine and i dont drink smoke and im adverage weight im 18 what is wrong
So I check to see if my blood was clotting and they siad it was fine and so was my circulation. I still have the pain and you can feel it even it you can't see the viens like in my arms I can feel the veins swell sometimes. My mother in law just had one do this next to her eye. She went in and they told her that it was because on the blood thinners that she is on??? I have talked to some people about this and some say that when the Drink green tea it makes it worse?
The craving for things like paint and dirt is usually from a deficiency in either Vitamin D or Calcium. Your doctor can have these tested so ask and find out where you are at.
Deficiency: Pernicious anemia and other anemias (in strict vegetarians and people who have a fish tapeworm) some psychiatric disorders and poor vision. DAILY REQUIREMENTS OF VITAMIN B12: 2 MICROGRAMS Just some brief Vit. B12 info. See a specialist and get this sorted out as soon as possible. You don't need this added anxiety. Please let me know what you find out, OK?
Bone structure like long fingers, thin bones may not be due to BTM but maybe there due to vit D deficiency. Varicose veins are not due to BTM. The cause is usually faulty valves, or plaque deposits or prolonged standing. Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
I had some good insurance for a few months and took care of some large varicose veins I had on same leg. I have not had a cramp since. I never knew the pooling of blood in this leg from the varicose veins contributed to my leg cramps, but apparently that was my culprit.
Hi, it may b due to some vitamin deficiency , go get some vit-C it is due to gum poor hygine. Go get yourelf examined by dentist.
One week later after taking some pills, the pain, and now tingling, was in my hands and fingers. Doc agreed it was not varicous veins then. More pills..(this is a bit like starting a difficult engine by hitting it with a hammer!!) These didn't do anything, and now I have numbing in both legs which comes and goes with severity depending what I am doing, and hands which at times are numb, and then tingling, especially the finger tips. Sometime just two small fingers on the right hand.
The first one is Varicose veins of the legs. Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, painful veins that have filled with an abnormal collection of blood. The diagnosis is made by duplex ultrasound exam of extremity. The other possibility is Vitamin B12 deficiency which can give rise to unexplained pains in the legs. I’ll suggest you to consult a physician and get these 2 possibilities ruled out before thinking of anything else. I hope that helps. Please do keep me posted. Kind Regards.
My co-workers have suggested anemia, vitamin B12 deficiency, varicose veins, and gluten intolerance. After my endoscopy I was diagnosed with esophagitis from eating something I'm allergic to. On July 1st ill be seeing an allergist to help with that. I'm just not understanding the chest pain, especially since I've never had it before. Has anyone had anything similar happen to them?
The red spots could be tiny bruises. Deficiency of Vitamin B12, folic acid, or Vit K could be the cause. They could also be fragile spider veins. The spots could also be petechiae, which are pinpoint-sized red dots under the surface of the skin. They can result from autoimmune disorders, such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, bone marrow disorders such as leukemia, inflammation of the veins, as a side effect of certain medications.
Research has shown decreased blood serum levels of vitamins E and K1, and increased levels of vitamin A and iron in some cirrhosis patients. These patients should not directly supplement vitamin A or beta carotene, and should also avoid niacin (vitamin B3) and supplements containing extracts from the chaparral shrub.
Hello, Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and twisted. Varicose veins are common in the superficial veins of the legs, which are subject to high pressure when standing. Besides cosmetic problems, varicose veins are often painful, especially when standing or walking.They are often diagnosed based simply on the appearance of the veins.Confirmatory tests are Doppler ultrasound and angiogram.You can get it confirmed from a vascular surgeon and after getting these tests done.
Also will think about the blood circulation problem. I had had varicose veins in the past and have had some beins injected to top the veins from protrudeing (about 10 years ago, after pregnancy). Thank you both for taking the time to offer suggestion.
I eat a bananas every day and drink 2 glass of milk per day to try to keep my calcium and potassium up. I have noticed if I sleep with my legs spread apart as far apart as I can get them it keeps my legs from hurting when I sleep. I recently had a physical exam my cholesterol is 131, HDL 47, LDL 73, Triglycerides 94, VLDL 19, blood pressure 69 over 120. When I was young I road my bicycle 30+ mile every day.
The red spots could be tiny bruises. Deficiency of Vitamin B12, folic acid, or Vit K could be the cause. They could also be fragile spider veins. The spots could also be petechiae, which are pinpoint-sized red dots under the surface of the skin. They can result from autoimmune disorders, such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, bone marrow disorders such as leukemia, inflammation of the veins, as a side effect of certain medications.
It was this belief that that immediately gave a massive leap forward towards my recovery, and the effects were immediate. I felt my blood flowing through my veins in my arms and hands and with that went some of the pain. It felt like a massive release when I believed that this was infact the source of my pain. It all started to make sense as I myself have deep down repressed feelings and as my stress levels increased, so did my physical pain.
The exact cause of varicose veins is unknown, but there are a number of factors that contribute to the development of varicose and spider veins.
Pain in the artery can probably be relieved with 800mg of Vit E a day since it takes the pain out of my varicose veins--each day. Two 1000mg tabs of Vit C with each meal (Linus Paulings study) with help with inflamation urinary problems and aging. EDTA is a compably inexpensive way to clear the blood vessels throughout the body of plaque and heavy metals by tying them up and excreting them from the body. They claim it only takes a few weeks with the liquid and a few months with the oral pills.
Ankle edema can be due to problems with blood flow like DVT can impair normal circulation and lead to swelling around the ankles, pregnancy, obesity, and varicose veins. Edema can be caused by a serious condition of the kidney, heart, liver or blood vessels, but many other factors can contribute to its onset, including: Eating a poor diet high in salt and carbohydrates , Abusing laxatives,diuretics, drugs, sodium retention, varicose veins, allergic reactions and neuromuscular disorders.
If you are not on any medications like anticoagulants, blood thinners or birth control pills then this could be due to clotting disorders, low platelet count, fragile spider veins, deep vein thrombus, deficiency of Vitamin B12, folic acid, or Vit K, a liver disease or certain cancers. It could also be due to pressure urticaria. If you are on medications then you need to discuss that with your doctor. Also varicose dermatitis should be thought of.
I have a B-12 deficiency and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis (hypothyroid) and am currently taking Celebrex for heel spurs in my feet. I am only 27 and am currently thinking it is a vitamin deficiency as well. My advice would be to take a multi-vitamin, eat a banana and see what happens. Then see your doctor.
The other cause could be vitamin B12 deficiency, over exercise, nerve compression, fibromyalgia, nerve trauma, varicose veins and bone fracture. Treatment would involve rest, tight blood sugar control if diabetic, affected limb elevation while you sleep, massage, alcohol and tobacco abstinence and over the counter painkillers may help. Hope this helps. Take care.
Most of your symptoms are listed under hypothyroidism and that includes gout, varicous veins, and hayfever. The diarrhea may be from some other condition however IBS symptoms are listed under hypothyroidism. Also, a highly significant association exists between celiac disease and Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. 10 - 15% of patients with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis (autoimmune hypothyroidism) show negative antibodies when in fact they have autoimmune thyroid disease.
If these symptoms are allowed to persist over a period of time, it is quite likely that varicose veins will develop. The other causes could be iron and vitamin B deficiency, peripheral neuropathy, diabetes, alcohol abuse etc. Discuss these possibilities with your doctor and follow his advise. Best.
Other possible causes include fibromyalgia, thyroid disease, B12 deficiency, and varicose veins. Symptoms may be induced or exacerbated by medications such as antidepressants, lithium, and dopamine antagonists (neuroliptics, metoclopramide), and H2 blockers. Caffeine also has been implicated in the worsening of symptoms. read here and here
This has got to be due to a vitamin C with Bioflavinoids deficiency! Aspirin depletes vitamin C and so does stress and many other things. You need a good multi vitamin and mineral plus at least 1000 mg. vitamin C plus bioflavinoids. The Bioflavinoids help keep the veins and arteries strong.
Celiac can cause many vitamin and mineral and nutrient deficiencies leading to many of your problems. Was your thyroid checked? How about hormone issues - are your periods regular with no problems? Did they ever test your stomach acid - maybe you're not making enough - crucial to a well functioning GI tract and to absorption of your nutrients that help keep body systems functioning well. How about family history - anyone even come close to some of the symptoms that you have?
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