Small red or blue colored veins. That sometimes give the appearance of a spider web or tree branches. These can be spotted under our skin, but unlike varicose veins, they do not bulge out. They most often appear on the face and legs, but can also present in most parts of the body.
Caused by weak or damaged vein walls and valves. Normal valves would prevent back flow of the blood. Damaged valves will leak blood backwards. This causes the veins to be full of blood, increasing the blood pressure inside the vessel.
Deep Vein Thrombosis
A blood clot in a deep vein, usually within the legs, that is treatable, but can have serious complications. Symptoms include a feeling of constant cramping in the calf, swelling, pain, redness of the skin, and warmth in the extremities, especially on one side, indicate it that you should seek medical attention.