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Varicose veins may recur even after a good treatment


Varicose veins are mainly a genetic predisposition disease. Secondary factors such as lifestyle, warm climate and pregnancy are also effective. Some of the acquired factors that help in the development of varicose veins can be changed by the person. For example, patients may move from a warm area to a cooler climate, wear varicose stockings, avoid standing for a long time, or change jobs that require standing for a long time.


All of these changes can slow or delay the development of large varicose veins or venous insufficiency. However, if a person has a genetic predisposition to varicose veins, they cannot completely prevent varicose veins, because no measures can change our genetic structure.

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