Varicose veins on breasts

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I am 15 years old and about an A cup bra. i have recently noticed very visible veins on my breasts. however, what i am concerned about is that where the vein is visible (the coloured stripe) the skin sinks in to it instead of being smooth or an outward bump like a varicose vein it is an inward bump. the other day i also got a small lump of yellowy creamy stuff come off my nipple, it was sort of a stuck lump. it was only very small but i am wondering if there is a problem.
Other possibility is of varicose veins. Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and twisted.They are common in the superficial veins of the legs but can be present in arms also. Confirmatory tests are Doppler ultrasound and angiogram. I sincerely advise you to get it confirmed from a vascular surgeon. Hope it helps.Take care and pls do keep us posted if you have any additional queries. Kind regards.
Is that the same thing as little spidery purple veins? Not varicose veins, just tiny little networks of purplish veins in the breasts.
Now I am getting more of them and they get slightly darker every day. Now i have them on both breasts and on my chest, my arms, thighs, and on my sides. They are pretty noticeable now. The ones on my chest are the most noticeable. I asked my boyfriend and he said they were definitely getting darker. They dont hurt or anything they are just really unattractive! I'm just wondering what these could be from?
are very noticeble on my chest, breasts, arms etc. Some days the veins look darker than others. I also get blue black veins appearing more visible that aren't usually there, when this happens it always freaks me out because the palms of my hands and fingers look almost black with every single little vein so vivid to the surface. Although I also have raynaud's in my hands which may worsen things.
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 looked in the mirror last night, and my chest, breasts and arms looked like someone had taken a thick marker and drawn on me. Thick dark blue veins covered the area from the top of my chest all the way down to my wrists. It lasted an hour or so then lightened back to almost normal. Had a total hysterectomy in 2002, so it's not pregnancy.
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It looks like a varicose vein and my surgeon is not concern about it. He put me back on annually mammogram and ultrasound instead of every 6 months now but because i am concern about this bruise, he wants to see me in August again just for a follow up. Should i really be concern about this bruise? The mammo and ultrasounds did not show anything of a concern in that area and my surgeon is not concern either. Is it possible that a bruise can last this long to heal? Thank you very much.
I have a ton a ton of very visible veins on my breasts and they are normal. Has to do with increased blood. I have very light skin too so it makes it that much more visible too.
discomfort during intimacy, frequent urination, fatigue, mood swings, cry often, irritabilty many small varicose veins on thighs, (believe it called spider) saggy large breasts i often have irregular cicle Thanks
I also have heard, if it doesn't go away after the baby, that apple cider vinegar (with the mother in it) can be applied to the area to help varicose veins. I haven't had any to see if it works yet on myself but if you are curious to try its an idea to look up and try.
I am lucky that so far I don't have any varicose veins in my legs or anything. I also don't have any bloating or water issues.... ...but what I do notice is that on my belly and breast my veins are much more noticeable. In my hands and feet, my veins are EVEN MORE noticeable and bulge out. (in a normal way though - just obvious I have more blood running through my veins. On a side note, when I was 10, my mother was pregnant with my sister and I can remember her hand veins looking the same!
After a few days-just as red and round as day 1. Suddenly, I developed a family of red roundish patches on my chest (breasts) that are migrating to my belly and now to my neck. Some are dime sized and some are tiny. The tiny ones are bumpy, the big ones are flat. The bigger ones seem to be light skin in the center and redder edges. No fever. They itch a little bit if I sweat. Other than that if I dont look at them, I would forget they exist.
There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once.
She had a presentation consistent with spleen qi vacuity. She was tired most of the time, was beginning to get varicose veins, bruised easily, and had low blood pressure. Her menstrual flow started out light pink in color and was rather watery in consistency. The flow became very heavy and lasted about seven days. We began weekly treatments of acupuncture and she took herbal formulas to supplement her spleen qi religiously.
the soreness of my nipples subsided after a little over a week however the veins and soreness of my breasts are still very much there and ive also recently..yesterday..noticed varicose like veins on certain spots of my stomach that were also never there before... i took 2 at home pregnancy tests..about a week between each other and both came back negative...yesterday i had brown with watered down colored pink vaginal discharge when i woke up that was contained without a tampon...
also she has a bit uneven overlap on tummy, but no major stretch marks or scars.
I'm thinking of getting a tattoo for my 16th birthday. Yeah, young. I'm aware. It's not like it's going to be pointless. I want "Wake up" tattooed on my outer right wrist bone (in my handwriting) and "You're alive" tattooed on my outer left wrist bone (in my handwriting). Whatcha think?
IF you were my patient, I would definitely advise you to use both a stool softener (these are not absorbed---they just pass right though) AND preparation H or Tucks or something to help alleviate the symptoms. Hemorrhoids are varicose veins, and can swell for many reasons during pregnancy, and it is common for hemorrhoids to flare up. It will not hurt the baby unless you bleed enough to become anemic, which is unlikely.
I think you are completely NORMAL! I'm at 4 weeks 4 days and I too have cramping every now and then. My breasts on the other hand are VERY sensative and getting a bit fuller. I'm have mild nausea but only in the evenings. Remember though it is normal to not have a lot of symptoms early on and they are different for everyone. Best of luck to you!
I've notices some varicose veins on them as well, never had that before. Also, back aches, thick cm (tmi sorry) bloatin and gas. But, the nausea has subsided, not too bad now. I went to the doctor the day before af was due and she insisted I have a urine test done, it came back negative. She said I have text book symptoms and she thinks I'm, shouldn't it have come up + then a day before? Also, the nausea has subsided, is it normal ?
Random observations over the years include darkness around my eyes, darkening skin in my underarms, under my breasts, and in my bikini area, lightened complexion overall, very visiable veins (but not varicose veins), increased body hair, frequent mouth sore (inside and on lips), vaginal sores (negative for all STDs, etc). Not sure if any of this is relavant but they are bothersome symptoms as well.
(Dermatologist months later said this was poikiloderma de Cavette due to sun/climate, but it seemed to develop rapidly with the other symptoms - NOT over long period of time.) Long HX varicose veins (with family HX). Abd obesity (long-term since adolescence). Fatty breasts, but bilateral with no tenderness (long-term since adolescense). Labs: mild transient elevations of ALT and AST (50's, but ALT > AST).
I'd much rather chance joint pain than uterine cancer and thombosis! I have a huge fear of getting a blood clot (I have some varicose veins in my legs and had one bad one removed once). ...It really seems that more people have so many terrible reactions to Tamoxifin,more so than other drugs! I'm trying to do a lot of research of the drugs I can choose from.
Even so, surgeons have performed angioplasties on veins since the late 1970s, mostly on legs. A CCSVI study at Stanford University was shut down in December after a stent migrated to one patient’s heart, requiring emergency surgery. Another patient died of a post-operative stroke. The MS Society of Canada has shown reluctance to endorse CCSVI treatment. “This is a cause for real excitement,” president Yves Savoie says. Still, blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials are required.
darkness around my eyes, complexion getting gradually lighter, very visible veins (not varicose veins), mouth sores inside, on tongue, and on lips, hoarse voice comes and goes, thumping in my left ear, sores in my labia (small, almost like a cut that bleeds very little...absolutely no STDs, dark skin in my under arms, under my breasts, and in my bikini area. TMI, I know, but I feel like I should leave out anything since I don't know what is relevant and what isn't.
It usually happens on the palm side of various fingers, but in April, I had one rupture on my knuckle. I'm very interested in any comments.
Our skin begins to sag, our breasts fall, veins appear on the surface of our skin, we get hemorrhoids, and our uterus falls into our bladder. We have to pee more often. Our blood pressure fluctuates. Our digestion and elimination become more sensitive. Our metabolism changes. We react more to our environment and catch cold more often. Even our protective mechanisms start to falter. Progesterone drops off during the luteal phase.
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.
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