It's very important to understand what varicose vesicle is. It is the tissue that separates the blood supply from the surrounding tissue. Vascular disorders that can cause varicose vesicle include vascular disorders such as myocardial infarction (heart attack) and sudden cardiac death (S.C.D.), as well as atherosclerosis. In the case of atherosclerosis, the vascular supply to the underlying tissues of the heart can become constricted and block the blood flow. This can lead to the formation of varicose veins. Varicose veins are very difficult to diagnose and often the cause of some of the most severe complications of heart disease. The first rule of thumb is to be on the look out for the following signs:
A thin line (varicose vein) between the two veins in the lower leg. Tenderness in the veins that run under the skin on either side of the vein, as if the veins are squeezed. A small pained expression on the face, usually near the nose, if a varicose vein is present. An underdeveloped lung in the groin. A dark greenish-red discoloration of the skin or inside the abdomen that starts with a slight purplish hue, then gradually changes to a grayish-greenish or grayish-black color. If you notice these signs you should probably stop buying these products immediately.