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Varicose veins and aching legs

Find out why varicose veins can cause aching legs, and what you can do about it

Aching legs are an unpleasant symptom of varicose veins. Our varicose veins expert, Helen Cosgrove, explains why this symptom occurs, and what you can do about it, including self-help, natural/herbal remedies and conventional treatment.

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Venaforce® – Horse Chestnut tablets for varicose veins

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Treatment for varicose veins. Also available in 60 tablets size.
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Here’s what I recommend

As the A. Vogel Circulation expert, I recommend Venaforce® horse chestnut tablets and Venagel, to help ease the symptoms of varicose veins.

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