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How to Improve Peripheral Arterial Disease Symptoms

Peripheral Arterial Disease, or P.A.D., is a progressive condition that worsens without proper vein treatment. P.A.D occurs as plaque builds up on your blood vessel walls, narrowing the veins and slowing, or blocking, blood flow. Monitoring and treatment from your Nashville vein...
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What to Expect After Sclerotherapy

Your sclerotherapy procedure will be performed in our Nashville Vein Center. It’s a relatively quick outpatient procedure, usually taking less than one hour from start to finish. You’ll be in and out of our office on the same day.  This vein disease procedure...
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How Serious is Vein Disease?

Varicose Veins vs. Vein Disease Nobody likes varicose veins. These unsightly blue devils can protrude from the legs to spoil your otherwise clear, youthful, and vibrant skin. But varicose veins are much more than a mere cosmetic problem. They could be signs of extremely serious...
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Can I Exercise After Laser Spider Vein Treatment?

Spider Veins and Spider Vein Treatment A small and spindly form of varicose vein, the spider vein gets its name from its tendency to form in networks that resemble red, blue, or purple spider webs. Just like any varicose vein, they arise when age, stress, or vein disease causes...
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How Does Peripheral Vascular Disease Affect the Body?

It is a common misconception that plaque buildup only occurs in the arteries and veins that surround the heart. Any artery, vein, or blood vessel from the top of your head to the tips of your toes are susceptible to plaque buildup. When plaque does build up in the arteries...
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What Causes Deep Vein Thrombosis in Pregnancy?

Having a deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, in pregnancy is not common, but expecting women are more prone to develop a DVT than non-pregnant women in the same age group. Women are at a higher risk of developing a clot at any stage throughout their pregnancy and up to about six weeks...
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Where Can Deep Vein Thrombosis Occur

All blood clots have the potential to be extremely serious. However, one type of blood clot, known as deep vein thrombosis, can cause serious, potentially fatal complications if left untreated. Learning more about where DVT occurs and what symptoms to look out for can help you...
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Which Spider Vein Treatment is Right for Me?

Spider veins get their name because they look like spider webs spreading just beneath the surface of the skin. They are related to varicose veins and are a type of a vein disease, although they usually have fewer symptoms than other vein issues and might not cause you much or any...
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