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Itchy varicose veins

Itching varicose veins may indicate the development of complications including varicose eczema

The pooling of blood in damaged veins, as well as leakage from these veins, results in irritation and inflamation of the surrounding tissue, which causes the itching sensation sometimes associated with varicose veins. Varicose veins expert, Helen Cosgrove, discusses why skin becomes itchy, and what happens if this develops into varicose eczema.

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