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If you're reading this, it's likely you've had to suffer the same pain. If so, the following information may be very helpful. In addition to using the information on this page, you can also follow the links below. You can also read some of the other comments here on this page. Many people have experienced relief from varicose veins. This site has helpful information about varicose veins, and some additional treatments. Varicose veins are caused by varicose veins (vesicles), which are small, thin tubes of blood. They form at the bottom of the veins, and are called "varicose veins." Varicose veins are often a complication of heart disease. They occur in patients with heart disease or diabetes who don't have enough blood flow to the lower half of the heart. Varicose veins may be a result of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), or a result of a heart attack, or even both. A heart attack is a major injury to the heart muscle, and the blood flow is not as much as normal. A heart attack also can cause the circulation of the blood to become constricted or blocked, and this can lead to a thickening of the veins in the chest and the veins that connect to them. These veins can't properly drain.