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Bulging veins in the arms and hands is normal. Many factors go into making arm and hand veins more prominent. Lower body fat, hydration increased with hydrationinternal temperature increased when you are warmand exercise are all factors that influence vein prominence. Depends on if you have Sore swollen vains in hand underlying medical issues. If you are healthy and there is no pain or swelling, then I would just watch it. List Your Facility Vein Magazine. Is sudden bulging of the veins in your arms and hands something I need to worry Free femdom whipping galleries Related Questions for General Can dehydration cause bulging hand veins? General - 2 years ago 7 answers. I have pertruding veins on the top of my hands. I have not been drinking enough water. Can Sofe be the cause of my bulging hand veins? Why are the Veins in my legs suddenly more visible? General - 1 year ago 1 answer. I have always had visible veins in my legs. Recently I started my career in yachting which requires walking or standing all day. After a two week charter, the veins in my legs hnd become extremely visible and there seem to be many more showing than usual. The sight of it is embarrassing and I would like to know what the cause of this vanis Sore swollen vains in hand and what I can do to Sore swollen vains in hand normal looking legs. I read somewhere that it may be due to leaking valves? Also, I am also prone to bruising easily. The veins in my legs hurt and swell so much during my menstrual cycle that it's hard vainns walk. General - 2 years ago Sore swollen vains in hand answers. I'm 26 and have 2 kids. Why are my...

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I'm sitting here kind of freaking because I am having intense burning pain in my left hand. It appears like the vein on the side of my finger into my palm is swollen, and that is right where the pain is coming from. I am wondering if this type of burning "vein" pain is part of scleroderma or not? My imagination is running wild that I am having a stroke, and the anxiety is going to keep me up all night. The pain is hot, almost like a stabbing pain, and it's right there in the vein. I also have it sporadically in the tips of my fingers and bottom of my feet. All of my veins in my hands for the past month have seemed to be getting more and more swollen along with finger joint pains and phlebitis in my right leg. I'm really sorry that you're feeling so anxious; I do understand how worrying it is to have unexplained symptoms which your mind chases round and round and uncertainty is one of the worse feelings. I also understand how easy it is to search on google for symptoms and then worry yourself sick been there, done that!! Please note I have no actual medical training, but although a burning sensation in your fingers can be attributed to Scleroderma I experienced dreadful burning and tingling in my fingers which were very swollen with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome before I was diagnosed with Scleroderma it could also be a symptom of other health problems. I think you said on your other thread that you don't have an appointment with a rheumatologist until October? Hi Jo, thanks for responding. I made an appointment with my primary again, as she wanted to see me in 2 weeks. The pain is a bit...

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The inflammation may cause pain and swelling. When the inflammation is caused by a blood clot or thrombus, it is called thrombophlebitis. Thrombophlebitis usually occurs in leg veins, but it may also affect the veins in the arms. There are two sets of veins in the arms and legs, 1 the superficial veins that run just under the skin, and 2 the deep veins. Superficial phlebitis affects veins on the skin surface. The condition is rarely serious and usually resolves with local treatment of the inflammation with warm compresses and anti-inflammatory medications. Sometimes superficial phlebitis can be associated with deep vein thrombophlebitis and medical evaluation may be needed. Phlebitis in the deep veins is referred to as deep vein thrombophlebitis or DVT , deep vein thrombosis affects the veins located deeper in the arms and legs. Blood clots thrombi that form may embolize or break off and travel to the lungs. This is a potentially life-threatening condition called pulmonary embolism. Superficial phlebitis is usually caused by local trauma to a vein. Superficial phlebitis is most often caused by an intravenous catheter IV placed in a vein, and the vein becomes irritated. Superficial phlebitis may or not have a blood clot form to cause the pain and inflammation. In the legs, superficial phlebitis can be associated with varicose veins. Causes of deep vein thrombosis or thrombophlebitis include:. Risk factors for DVT include:. Deep venous thrombosis DVT refers to a blood clot embedded in one of the major deep veins of the lower legs, thighs, or pelvis. A clot blocks blood circulation through these veins, which carry blood from the lower body back to the heart. The blockage can cause acute pain, swelling, or warmth in the affected leg. Blood clots in the veins can cause inflammation irritation called thrombophlebitis. The classic...

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Raynaud's phenomenon consists of spasms of the small arteries of the fingers and sometimes the toes, brought on by exposure to cold or stress. Certain occupational exposures bring on Raynaud's. The episodes produce a temporary lack of blood supply to the area, causing the skin to appear white or bluish and feel cold or numb. In some cases, the symptoms of Raynaud's may be related to underlying diseases such as lupus , rheumatoid arthritis , and scleroderma. Buerger's disease most commonly affects the small- and medium-sized arteries and veins. Although the cause is unknown, there is a strong association with tobacco use or exposure. The arteries of the arms and legs become narrowed or blocked, causing lack of blood supply ischemia to the fingers, hands, toes and feet. Pain occurs in the arms, hands and, more frequently, the legs and feet, even when at rest. With severe blockages, the tissue may die gangrene , requiring amputation of the fingers and toes. Superficial vein inflammation and symptoms of Raynaud's occur commonly in people with Buerger's disease. Veins are flexible, hollow tubes with flaps inside called valves. When your muscles contract, the valves open and blood moves through the veins. When your muscles relax, the valves close, keeping blood flowing in one direction through the veins. If the valves inside your veins become damaged, the valves may not close completely. This allows blood to flow in both directions. When your muscles relax, the valves inside the damaged vein s will not be able to hold the blood. This can cause pooling of blood or swelling in the veins. The veins bulge and appear as ropes under the skin. The blood begins to move more slowly through the veins, it may stick to the sides of the vessel walls and blood clots can...

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Vascular disorders are problems with arteries and veins. Arteries are pipes that bring oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the fingers. Veins are pipes that return the used blood back to the heart and lungs. At the wrist, the radial and ulnar arteries bring blood into the hand. These arteries connect into two arches that branch out to supply blood to each of the fingers Figure 1. They can cause problems such as pain, open wounds, or even loss of body parts. People with diseases such diabetes, high blood pressure, or kidney failure can be more likely to have vessel problems. Working with vibrating tools, being in cold temperatures, and smoking can worsen vascular problems. Causes of vascular disorders usually fit into one of 5 groups:. Treatment will vary depending on the condition: Trauma — Traumatic injuries can cause a vessel to be partially or completely cut, such as from a knife wound. The vessel can be hit or stretched badly enough to damage its lining and cause a blood clot. Poor blood flow after trauma makes the fingers turn white, cold, and painful. The vessel needs to be repaired as soon as possible if blood flow has stopped. Sometimes nearby arteries can help to continue blood flow to the parts. In this case, the injury may not be an emergency or might not even require repair. Aneurysms — An aneurysm is a weakness in the artery wall that expands like a balloon Figure 4. A soft, painless swelling may be noticed over the artery. A clot inside the artery can block the blood flow or may scatter smaller clots out to the fingertips. Other symptoms include pain, numbness, color changes, or gangrene death of the fingertips. Treatment may include surgery to reconstruct the artery or tie it off, depending...

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Bulging veins, Pain or discomfort, Tenderness to touch and Weakness. Golfer's elbow causes tenderness and pain on the inside of the elbow, a weak grip, and wrist and forearm pain. Carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms include burning or tingling in the hand and fingers, numbness, pain and more. Phlebitis in the deep veins. A clot blocks blood circulation through these veins, which carry blood from the lower body back to the heart. The blockage can cause acute pain, swelling, or warmth in the affected leg. Blood clots in the veins can cause inflammation (irritation) called thrombophlebitis.‎Phlebitis Definition · ‎Phlebitis Causes · ‎Phlebitis Symptoms · ‎Phlebitis Diagnosis. I'm dealing with something very similar with blue roadmap like veins on palms of hands as well as swollen and sore veins going up both index.

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