Cramping, Burning, Tingling in Legs

Varicose veins can cause cramping, burning, and tingling sensations in the legs. These symptoms are often associated with venous insufficiency, which is the inability of the veins to return blood to the heart properly. When the veins are damaged or weak, they become enlarged and swollen, resulting in the appearance of varicose veins. The increased pressure in the veins can lead to discomfort, pain, and aching sensations in the legs. As blood flow is compromised, the muscles and nerves in the legs can also be affected, leading to burning and tingling sensations. If left untreated, varicose veins can worsen over time, leading to more severe health complications. Therefore, seeking medical advice and treatment is crucial if you are experiencing any of these symptoms.

Leg Cramping

Leg cramps related to varicose veins are common.  Factors like temperature, level of activity, and medical conditions, can exacerbate the problem. When varicose veins are unable to keep up the pace of blood flow, painful leg cramping occurs. Leg cramps can happen at any time, but are most common during the night. Unfortunately, they're also very painful.

Contact our office at 615.455.3000 to begin your journey to healthier, pain free legs.


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