Varicose veins burning

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They may be painful and can make your legs feel heavy and achy. The skin around the varicose veins may itch, throb or feel like it’s burning. When clots form in veins near the surface of the body, swelling and redness appear along the affected area of the vein. You may consult a doctor and get your doubts clarified. Don’t cross your legs or ankles while sitting. Avoid sitting or standing for long periods at a stretch. Sleeping on left side, wearing compression stockings may be helpful.
I just want to make sure I'm not dying, or perhaps this is varicose veins and it's normal for them to pop up and down at will. Any information on my creepy veins would be greatly appreciated. 8) Thanks!!
Hello, Your symptoms are typically due to varicose veins. Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and twisted.They are common in the superficial veins of the legs, which are subject to high pressure when standing. Symptoms include pain in the legs, discoloration near the affected veins,redness, dryness, and itchiness of areas of skin - termed stasis dermatitis and restless leg syndrome.Traetment may be conservative(with medicines) and interventional(surgical or non surgical).
Hello! I wish I had some personal history to share with you but I don't. I am a Surgical First Assistant and this is not something we deal with unless Varicose Veins are involved. I do have an Aunt with a similar condition, here is a "what to do list": •Raise your legs above your heart while lying down. •Exercise your legs. This helps pump fluid from your legs back to your heart. •Follow a low-salt diet, which may reduce fluid buildup and swelling.
Although without being able to examine you, I can not offer you the specific advice on diagnosis and treatment that you need, but I would try to provide you some relevant information about your health concern. Your symptoms most likely may appear due to varicose veins as twisted, visible and bumpy appearance. It appears due to increase in pressure on leg veins due to walking and standing a lot. Sometimes, this may cause constant aching pain as in your case.
Some days, it gets so bad that I can feel a sharp burning pain along the pattern of the veins. The pain travels down into my feet where I can see the larger foot veins themselves twitching and spasming and it is quite uncomfortable. Eventually, I start getting random pain and numbness throughout my whole left leg, but mostly below the knee. Usually, it is triggered by sitting down on anything for even a short amount of time. Appears almost related to the angle at which I take my seat.
Along with IC I have something called Pelvic Congestion syndrome, which is varicose veins in the pelvic region. My PT helped me soo much with this. Though this usually happens in women who have multiple birth esp large babies, I know of another young lady your age that for some reason developed this. The straining could have caused something like that. BUT again only a good URO or doctor can diagnosis for sure what is happening in your case. If after seeing a URO etc.
you are still having symptoms of burning I would be asking further questions of your Neurologist. I'm not sure whether you can get burning from varicose veins but I would check that out too. I don't know anything about that sorry. I don't think there is any easy answer to your question because as the previous members have said it could be either. In regard to the shortness of breath I would be getting your asthma rechecked because it may not be your asthma.
I am a 25 year old female that has been tested by many different doctors, 2 of which are Neurologist, 2 of which are Rheumatologists, 1 General Practitioner, and 1 Ear Nose & Throat Specialist. At my last appointment with my Rheumatologists they both agreed that I have Fibromyalgia, Myoclonus, Hypermobility Syndrome & Neuropathy. They also agreed that I have a Rheumatic Condition, but they were more worried with my Neurologic Condition.
Judging from your description of your leg pain, I would bet that you are suffering from varicose veins. They proliferate during pregnancies, due to the weight of and pressure caused by the fetus. They don't go away! They continue to branch out and often begin to bulge, although sometimes well under the skin where they are not visible. They can cause excruciating pain when walking, climbing stairs, or during any other activity in which you are on your feet. Treatments are available.
Your symptoms may be related to a vascular issue rather than a neurologic one. Specifically, varicose veins can cause a burning or pain in the feet and behind the knees that is felt less during movement. Most often, bulging veins will be visible on the legs. This is more likely if you stand a lot; treatment is with compression stockings, leg elevation, and sometimes there are injection or surgical treatments available.
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.
Hi, The lumps in the vagina near the labia can be due to simple boils or due to warts, lipoma, ingrown hair and varicose veins or due to bartholin’s cyst. This needs to be checked and you should consult a Doctor for an examination. The answer is based on information provided. Exact advice is not possible without a proper examination and investigations. You are requested to consult your Doctor. Take care and keep us posted.
I have Mitral valve prolaspe and tachycardia and for the past year I have had a real problem with my veins all over burning and stinging really bad and lately when they do this they will get a white looking knot come up in them (kind of looks like a mosquito bite)after they quite burning and hurting the knot will go away.Could you tell me what could be going on and is this a form of blood clot?Even the veins in my head will burn and sting really bad.
For 4 months, I have suffered from a numb, itchy, and cold/burning right upper leg. It is also sensitive to the touch and I sometimes get stabbing pains in the same area. In June it started as a quarter size area...now it has increased to my whole front leg. I do have an appt. for an MRI next week, but am very curious about this until I get a final diagnosis. The doctor I chose to go to did not offer much info...he thinks I may have a damaged nerve in my back.
Gastrointestinal causes of chest pain include reflux (acid from the stomach washing back into the esophagus), gallstones, esophageal spasm, esophageal rupture, varicose veins of the esophagus, strictures of the esophagus, tumors of the esophagus and other less common GI problems. Pulmonary (lung) causes include pneumonia, pulmonary embolus, pneumothorax, pleuritis and bleb rupture.
It seems to be in line with one of my veins, and she mentioned it may be varicose. She submitted my request for a referral, which I will find out in 2 days if it is authorized (I'm in the Army and you have to jump through hoops to get referrals). She also authorized an ultrasound, but they couldn't fit me in for a month... so it's a waiting game. I'm just tired of this feeling. Could it be herpes, especially if there was a false negative on the test?
I have on my left leg just above my left ankle inside part of leg, there is some tiny blood vessels that look like varicose veins only about an inch square, in that area I don't feel anything by touch, but if I bend over the pain, burning, stinging sensation happens....just weird. I have just noticed it in the past couple weeks.
Hello chinn, It seems that you have some kind of excessive vasodilation. Do have varicose veins in the legs as well? Are you also hypertensive? Any ongoing therapies. Answers to these questions would further help. Consult your urologist for an examination and evalutaion.
very sensitive upper and lower legs legs - hurt to be touched for years. 2. burning pain top of thighs from knees to groin. bilaterally. 3. Varicose veins mostly upper thighs right and left. 4. Cold foot right side. ( appears to be temperature sensitive ? worse in winter live in the NEast 5. Shin pain right leg. Hurts mostly when walking on it 6. Pain behind thigs, billateral, hurts to sit on hard chairs. Cannot understand this knawing pain. 7.
Gastrointestinal causes of chest pain include reflux (acid from the stomach washing back into the esophagus), gallstones, esophageal spasm, esophageal rupture, varicose veins of the esophagus, strictures of the esophagus, tumors of the esophagus and other less common GI problems. Pulmonary (lung) causes include pneumonia, pulmonary embolus, pneumothorax, pleuritis and bleb rupture.
Blockage of blood vessels in diabetes mellitus can lead to numbness, coldness and burning sensations. Varicose veins can also cause similar symptoms. Compression of sciatic nerve can lead to pain and burning through the thighs and legs. Schedule an appointment with a primary care physician and get yourself evaluated. I hope you find this information useful. Best luck and regards!
As we age the skin gets thinner and veins can become more prominent. You will sometimes see people with varicose veins on their legs and this is an abnormality in the veins themselves. If you have no other symptoms like a burning feeling, itchiness or pain, then there is nothing to worry about. Best wishes.
On Friday night burning started in my Urethrea with aching in the back. This burning continued off and on with casts in the urine. but no visual signs of Pus or Blood. I started an herbal formula, taking 3 capsuls 3 x a day.which i have used numerous times succesfully. While this releived most of the burning, it has not completely stopped. Now, 4 days later, tests show no bacteria in the urine and at test time no burning sensation. This was 10 am. but at 4 pm am burning again.
What is your age? Usually, varicose veins and telangiectasia (spider veins) are normal veins that have dilated under the influence of increased venous pressure. They are the visible surface manifestation of an underlying syndrome of venous insufficiency. Venous insufficiency syndromes allow venous blood to escape from its normal flow path and flow in a retrograde direction down into an already congested leg.
If I stand for too long the numbness turns to cold/burning tingling sensation just on oustide of left thigh, then goes into upper leg. Now I am also developing varicose veins in that same leg. I have put on about 25 pounds and was wondering if it's that extra weight causing the problems. This leg also seems slightly swollen because of the varicose veins. Could you please help me?
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.
I have had leg pain in the past, and have had nerve conduction, and ultra sounds done on my legs, they finally decided that it is probably varicose veins. However this thigh pain is much worse, and different. What can I do to relieve this pain?
This can happen if you have varicose veins or swollen, corrugated veins due to damage venous valves. Clinical examination and nerve conduction study may be required. There are certain systemic causes, which can affect both the feet like vitamin deficiencies like B6, B12, B1 and niacin need to be assessed as per history of malnutrition and serum levels. This could also indicate thyroid disorders, liver and kidney dysfunction.
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