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Venous Reflux Disease Explained

Venous reflux disease is a condition that is degenerative and refers to the leaking damaged valves in the leg veins. A reflux may occur (a reversal of blood flow) deep in the leg veins or even in the more superficial. This condition is best caught and treated early as it worsens over time. Venous insufficiency

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Foods That Can Actually Worsen Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are primarily caused by genetic factors outside of the patient’s realm of control. However, lifestyle habits that can be managed should be, especially if there is a family history of varicose veins. We realize that health information has become muddled, with every ‘expert’ out there having an opinion and writing about it online,

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What Every Woman Should Know About Blood Clots

If you are like most women you haven’t given any consideration or thought at all to the subject of blood clots. A blood clot can happen at any age to either sex though they mostly occur in men age 50+ and women under age 50 during childbearing years. Though the sexes share most of the

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How do I know if I have vein disease?

When your legs begin to ache or show weird previously non presented symptoms you may not know what to think or automatically jump to vein disease. This leads many people to ignore what they feel in hoping it will magically go away. If indeed it is the onset of vein issues, it will not just

Tampa Vein Specialists

No one needs to suffer from untreated varicose vein disease anymore. In addition, with today's favorable insurance coverage, the procedures are even more accessible. If you have a vein problem, you need Dr. Zuzga and West Florida Vein Center!

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