The Lines Near The Soles Of The Feet Are Dark Purple, What Are Varicose Veins?
Hi. Previously I want to ask first, what at age 15 years like I can get varicose veins ?. Then there are some lines next to the soles of my feet or veins that are dark purple, are those varicose veins ?,
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Varicose veins are an interruption of blood flow due to damage to the venous valve or veins, so that blood flow is not smooth or unstoppable. Varicose veins can occur to anyone, any age, but often occur in elderly adult patients and elderly patients. Varicose veins often occur in the leg or calf area, but other body parts can also experience varicose veins, such as the pelvic region, anus, vagina, uterus, esophagus, or the testes in men. Symptoms of varicose veins are generally characterized by purple blood vessels, veins expand or widen, winding; if it is inflamed, it can be accompanied by complaints, heat, severe itchy feet in the varicose area. Therefore, varicose veins in the soles of the feet are very rare, because this condition is often triggered by blood disorders, genetic disorders or irrational use of contraception. So that at your age of about 16 years, bluish or purplish complaints in the area of the foot or near the sole of your foot may not be a form of varicose veins, but this condition may be a picture of normal blood vessels under the skin. This condition is strengthened especially if no comorbid abnormalities are found and no accompanying complaints are bothering you.
In individuals who have complaints about the appearance of purple lines on or near the palms, soles, or other parts of the skin, and are not accompanied by symptoms of varicose veins that support, then this condition is a natural thing to happen because your skin looks white and bright, more layers of skin thin and the location of blood vessels that are more prominent or more visible. So you should not have to worry about this condition.
However, if you feel anxious or worried, or this complaint is bothering you, you should consult your surgeon directly for a direct examination of this complaint. With a direct examination where the doctor sees firsthand the condition of these blood vessels, the doctor can ascertain whether this complaint is a normal condition or a form of varicose veins. If abnormalities are found on the results of the examination, treatment will be given according to the indications.
For now, you can prevent the risk of developing varicose disease in your body by:
1. exercise regularly
2. idealize weight
3. avoid sleeping late
4. avoid physical fatigue
5. avoid sitting or standing for too long
6. use varicose socks for certain conditions, so that helps better blood flow when on the move
Thus the info we can convey.