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Varicose Veins During Pregnancy
During pregnancy, it is common to develop varicose veins. “Varicose veins are swollen veins near the surface of the skin. They can be sore to the touch, itchy and make your legs feel tired and achy: symptoms that can get worse if you’ve been on your feet for a long time.” The most common area for varicose veins is on the calves, but they can go further up the leg than most women even realize. “They can even appear in the vulvovaginal area. “Some women experience pressure or a bulge in their vulva and don’t know what it is. The answer is varicose veins.” They don’t impact vaginal births, but can cause the same soreness women experience in their legs.” About 28% of women who haven’t experienced varicose vein before will develop them during pregnancy.

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