Small Veins Appear Around Both Breasts?
Hi, I’m an 18-year-old woman. I want to ask, why on the surface of my breasts do my veins appear on my waist, my thighs also have a little, my little red veins. Please answer yes
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Basically, under your skin there are small blood vessels that function to provide food and oxygen supply to cells on the surface of the skin. The veins you see are most likely blood vessels. What needs to be clarified is whether the blood vessels that you see on the skin around your breasts, waist, and thighs look faint or look bright red?
If the blood vessels that you see are vague, then this is normal. Blood vessels under the skin can indeed be seen a little, especially if you have white skin. If what you see is bright red, looks small and has branches on the surface of your skin, then you probably have telangiectasis. Telangiectasis has various causes, including:
certain genetic diseases, such as diarrhea, haemorrhagic, cerangiectasia, benignhereditary telangiectasia, generalized telangiectasia, sun exposure to excessive skin thinning of the skin due to aging of liver disorders and pregnancy alcoholism, excessive use of corticosteroids SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus) rosacea and so on a dermatologist to be sure your telangiectasis is not caused by certain dangerous things. Even if it is not caused by an illness, you can still consult with your dermatologist to eliminate telangiectasis in your skin.
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