This is a very complex topic that has been covered in many, many studies and in-depth articles. If you have any doubt at all, you can always ask a professional. This information is not a substitute for medical advice, but if you do have questions, I strongly encourage you to ask a physician, an anesthesiologist, or a podiatrist. This section is meant to provide a basic overview of the problems that varicose veins can cause. As with any topic, I am happy to add any new information. I will try to keep this page updated as I find new information on the subject. This is not a guide for how to make your varicose veins look better. It's meant as a basic introduction to this problem, which can often be difficult to understand at first. This is a very general guideline for the varicose veins, but I cannot guarantee that it will work for everyone. What are varicose veins? Varicose veins are the veins that form after the blood has been injected with a medication. The veins are the small, thin, straight, white tubes that are produced after the injection is complete. The veins are also known as varicose veins or varicose veins.