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What is a varicose vein?

A varicose vein is an abnormal vein that is located under the skin and forms when blood flows from the stomach to the small intestine. The small intestine is the stomach and small intestine, or the small bowel, is the small intestine that can be found in your abdomen.

Varicose veins are rare but can appear in people with diabetes. This means that it can happen to someone without diabetes and can also happen to a person with diabetes.

Varicose veins are often painful but can also cause nausea, bloating, nausea and vomiting, gas, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, heartburn, heartburn and a rash.

The problem with varicose veins is that the blood is unable to go through the vein and end up in your digestive tract. If it did, you wouldn't be able to chew or digest food, which leads to constipation, diarrhea, stomachaches, stomach pain and bloating, abdominal pain, abdominal pain and aching, abdominal discomfort and a feeling of being full.

Because your intestines are connected with the small intestine, they're connected with the large intestine. There are many things that can cause varicose veins to occur.

Vascular surgery to treat varicose veins may be necessary.

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