Leg pain is an uncomfortable symptom causing discomfort and pain, which may be helped through remedies, like leg exercises or varicose vein treatment.
Bleeding Varicose Vein in Legs
A bleeding varicose vein often occurs due to blood pooling within a fragile, weakened vein. When pressure is applied to the vein, it causes a rupture.
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is the improper functioning of vein valves, which can cause the backflow of blood and pressure in the lower legs.
Deep Vein Thrombosis
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot that forms in the lower leg or calf. There may be no symptoms of DVT, or you may have pain and/or swelling.
Symptoms of itching, burning, and numbness can be caused by venous stasis dermatitis, and if left untreated, can cause pain and lead to skin ulcers.
Leg cramping is the most common symptom associated with varicose veins causing discomfort and pain, which can limit the range of motion in one's legs.
Leg heaviness is a symptom of poor circulation due to vein disease, which can make your legs feel heavy or give the sensation of being full of fluid.
Leg swelling or lymphedema often occurs in those with vein disease. This swelling occurs when fluid is not adequately circulating, causing discomfort.
Pelvic pain can be a sign of damaged valves in the pelvic region, which can cause symptoms, such as severe pain, pressure, heaviness, and numbness.
Phlebitis is the inflammation of a vein due to blood clots, causing pain and swelling. These clots can lead to more severe issues if they travel.
Post-thrombotic syndrome (PTS) is a condition where individuals who have had deep vein thrombosis continue to experience symptoms of blood clots.
Restless Leg Syndrome
Restless leg syndrome is characterized by constantly repositioning your legs to ease uncomfortable symptoms such as burning, tingling, and leg cramps.
Skin changes and dermatitis result from venous disease and pressure due to weakened valves no longer pumping blood efficiently back to the heart.
Skin discoloration, when caused by vein disease, turns patches of skin red, brown, or black and can cause the skin to be itchy, crack, and form scabs.
Spider veins are small, web-like veins that usually appear close to the skin's surface on the legs and face and may cause pain, burning, and swelling.
Varicose veins are generally thick, cord-like veins found on the legs that can cause troublesome symptoms, such as swelling, restlessness, and ulcers.
Venous reflux occurs when damaged or weakened veins cause blood to pool in the legs and feet, making circulation back to the heart more difficult.
Venous Stasis Dermatitis
Venous stasis dermatitis is inflammation of the legs and feet caused by blood pooling in the lower extremities due to damaged or weakened vein valves.
Venous ulcers, or leg ulcers, are open sores on the legs. These painful open sores are caused by poor circulation and damaged or weakened vein valves.