When veins become swollen, they start to bulge through the surface of the skin. These can be blue or purple in colour and irregular in shape. They are most likely to show in your legs but are also possible in the vulva or some other area. In fact, the varicose veins that occur in the rectal area have been termed haemorrhoids. Pregnancy is often the first time when women develop varicose veins and it is one of the complications they have should be prepared to face.
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