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She has had a gradual blocking of her carotid as well as circulation problems (varicose veins and ulcers) in her legs. In the last few weeks she has been having TIA's (Transient Ischemic Attack's) resulting in confusion and speaking gibberish. She had another one last night so they have decided to operate today. She is in need of a colostomy as well and we aren't sure if they are going to be able to do this at the same time due to the emergency nature of this.
The worst part was she also got varicose veins...so I would recommend, if you stand a lot, to wear the unfashionable maternity support hose...
Im due June 27th with a baby boy and I am always in pain I have gotten really bad varicose veins from my groin right into the back if my shins is anyone else's having anything simular I didn't have anything like this in my last pregnancy.
I have a lump in my lower leg its on the side just above my ankle, I have had it checked out and the doctor that seen me just said it was tissue, but now i have burning in my leg and and one of my veins just above the lump as risen on my leg and it is now giving my terrible pain. I am flying abroad in the next two weeks and im am now really worrying about this lump because i have a toothache feeling in my leg and burning. Can anyone relate to this or has anyone heard about something like this?
Ascites (fluid build-up in the abdomen) caused by portal hypertension and low albumin 2. Varices (internal varicose veins usually in the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, or intestine) caused by portal hypertension 3.
Don't sit still for too long. Hemorrhoids are a form of varicose veins, and exercise (walking) can help prevent & treat hemorrhoids. Don't lift heavy luggage. Lifting heavy items can cause or aggravate hemmorhoids. Use wheels on luggage, instead. Thanks for your thanks! :-) Concerned lady, ***@**** and website http://cantbreathesuspectvcd.
Infarcts of the brain (CVA/stroke) are a much different injury. Ischemic brain disease (TIAs) are also pretty well researched. vascular pooling (varicose veins of the brain?) is something that is open to research. Infarct disease is arterial supply side disease and leads to hypoxia in the tissues. I joked about varicose veins, but that is one of the most common forms of venous pooling. CCSVI is a venous outflow issue that causes pooling in the post capillary zone.
BTW...I haven't listed my many symptoms in this forum in 4 yrs...& my "symptoms list" has grown quite extensively.
I also was diagnoses with pcs and after a couple of specialist that told me to deal with it i found a vascular /interventional radiologist doctor who embolizes the dilated veins in the pelvis.I just have had the procedure and am still healing. Look for a vascular interventional radiologist to see if they can help with this.
These included the jugular veins, veins along the spinal column, and other veins I had not heard of before such as the azygous vein. The researchers had never seen these problems in anyone before. Their equipment allowed them to study the blood flow in the veins and to also take pictures of the veins. They found that all the persons with MS they examined had impaired venous drainage from the brain and that such a problem caused the phenomenon of “reflux”.
Next but most perplexing is my veins are now abnormal, its not by a long stretch varicose veins, it looks like both the thick and little veins in my upper body are caput, lower half isnt as bad but its mucking up the blood flow through out my body. When i get hot it seems to be worse than when i'm cold, all the veins start to pop up (just to say hello) they are engorged, swollen and i hurt like i'm bruised.
I noticed I have a lump on the right side of my pelvic area. My friend told me that it could be a varicose vein. Anyone else experiencing anything like this? I have a few nice, new spider veins on my legs! I started getting another cold, so that's great! We are expecting temps. well below zero this week, so I'm hoping for a day off school! It's amazing to think just how close we all are! Hope all is well for everyone!
My first liver doc told me the more I knew the better off I'd be so I spend a lot of time doing independent research trying to figure these things out. Also weakening of the veins and capillaries in the extremities is pretty common with aging regardless of health.So for those of you that are older. Yup for you it may just be a part of the aging process.Never hurts to stick your hand in the docs face and go oi! For me avoiding planes and eating better seems to have worked mostly.
symptoms like morning sickness, and heartburn with throwing up... I have varicose veins where I never could imagine that there could be one. At the end it will be all worth it. We are having another girl...so we will be parents to three girls, my husband is a little freaked out but is coming to terms with three wedding slowly, but this is the last one as I will be tied after my C. Our bundle's name will be Elianna, not sure on a middle name yet...Any suggestions?
Could go on walks every night, go up stairs with no issues besides arthritis pain in knees sometimes. •Reynauds •Minimal bleeding from cuts •Hard to draw blood from me(veins roll over/are tiny) •Varicose vein in left inner knee. Painful. Causes vibrating & odd sensations •Low RBC my whole life •Low blood volume •POTS •Low BP (but fast heart rate even when BP is low) *Vertigo severe *ONE ear gets red and on FIRE occasionally. It's ALWAYS my Right ear. It's the cartilage.
I am 50+, male, british driver. Have problems with varicose veins in lower right leg (for which i take horse chestnut and butchers broom) also lower back problems - just recently started up again coinciding a bit with these warm feeling episodes. Not overweight or sedentary, fairly regular cyclist. Will return to osteopath and make a GP appointment to try and learn more. Very interesting to read of so many people with similar symptoms.
Further thoughts about this. My mother had varicose veins. I have thread veins in the upper legs and on the backs of the knees. I wondered whether there could be a medication taken in the past which has triggered a sensitivity. I had Septrin in my early twenties, to which I developed an allergy. I have heard that Septrin can trigger sun sensitivity, so who knows what other long term side effects there could be from some of the stuff we have taken over the years.
WoW! I've had a warming sensation in my calf/foot area for months and after some research and medical help(my wife works in an ER and speaks with drs) I thing I have a solution to MY problem. I've noticed that the warming sensation comes and goes with the pain in my lower back. I was injured on the job several years but being an avid outdoors type, I still continue to exercise. Recently I've started golfing several times a week and have aggrivated the back injury.
Hello everyone, I have been making detailed notes, documenting and recording mine and others symptoms for about 2 months now and reading these forums, comparing everything. Here is what I have: Can anyone relate to all or most of these points? 1. Great variations in size, texture, feeling: - 25-50% of the time is loose, normal size - Sometimes light-weight sorta like it has an internal sponge cake texture or filling. Has a basic structure and shape, almost 'normal.
Look I have no doubt anymore that, reading the above and based upon my own experience, the problem is a mechanical one. Veins are stressed up during erection and sexual intercourse because of strong prostatic compressions. I think this blood in spermea ailment can be stopped short the same way people experiencing internal hemorroids do. For those who do not know what internal hemorroids are, its a bleeding of vessels located just inside the anal passage.
There is a small varicose vein at the center of the cramp but it may have already been there. Since then my pain has been less intense but more frequent now. I'm going to see a cardiologist on Tuesday to see what they think.
Remember not to over do the Iron supplements because it can deposite like crystals in our veins and cappilaries and cause tearing therefore bleeding internally. My e-mail address is ***@**** Don't forget that God helps!
I've had EEG/MRI/CT and nuclear heart stress test/ Tilt Table Test and passed everyone with flying colors. To top it off I noticed on this sight. (Goozy) refers to a smell on they can smell. I have that same smell and it's almost metallic or a dusty(old attic)smell to it.Then you are very dizzy and want to pass out. Then I've had some lost of taste and smell all together. I've since June 14th, 2008 have been in Rochester, MN. I'm being seen now daily at the Mayo Clinic. Everyone is wonderful.
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