There is no risk associated with delaying or avoiding treatment for leg pain associated with mild or moderate varicose veins, according to WebMD. Varicose veins are primarily a cosmetic problem and undergoing treatment i... More »

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Possible causes of varicose veins, which commonly affect the legs and involve pain, include venous insufficiency, leg vein damage or increased pressure in the leg veins, according to WebMD. Pregnant women often develop v... More »

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Remedies that may decrease leg pain associated with varicose veins include compression stockings, various self-care methods and horse chestnut seed, according to the Mayo Clinic. If the condition does not improve or is s... More »

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Remedies that may decrease leg pain associated with varicose veins include compression stockings, various self-care methods and horse chestnut seed, according to the Mayo Clinic. If the condition does not improve or is s... More »

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Back and leg pain from sciatica can be treated in a number of ways, including pain relievers, muscle relaxants and antidepressants, according to WebMD. In some cases, hot and cold packs and physical therapy may be called... More »

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The pain from hip bursitis can spread, particularly into the upper outer thigh, and certain conditions that cause leg pain can also cause hip bursitis, says the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. These sources of ... More »

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Varicose veins are caused by age and pregnancy. Having weak valves and vein walls contributes to the formation of varicose veins. According to Mayo Clinic, as people get older their skin loses elasticity and the valves i... More »

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