Varicose veins are caused by the weakening of the vessel and perhaps you could say excess of fluid. Our veins have valves and when these valves become weakened they no longer assist with moving blood through circulation. For this reason, the blood has a tendency to pool and cause varicose veins. Your medicine would assist with removing excess fluid from your blood and pressure in your veins so it actually helps with varicose veins
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