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Complications of varicose veins

What are some of the complications of varicose veins?

Sometimes varicose veins can cause complications, such as varicose eczema, varicose ulcers or bleeding. Our varicose veins expert, Helen Cosgrove, talks you through some of these complications and their symptoms.

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  • Deejay's photo avatar
    Deejay — 22.07.2018 01:34
    I have recently gotten ulcers on my viens and one has ruptured it is very painful what can I do to help it to heal

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      Helen — 25.07.2018 14:13
      Hello Deejay You could take a combination of Venaforce Horse Chestnut and also a colloidal silica supplement. Horse Chestnut is known to improve venous circulation and silica is known to aid skin healing. You could also add in a zinc supplement 15mg once a day as this is important for the skin too.

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