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How to go about to get the right kind of treatment to cure vein dilation as I am one month pregnant ?

how to go about to get right kind of treatment for vein dilation how to go about to get the right kind of treatment to cure vein dilation and how to correct the flow of blood? What type of doctors I should consult? and also would like to inform you that i am one month pregnant? could this be harmful for the foetus? Is it life threatening for me as well?
Asked On : Fri, 10 Jun 2011
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     pregnancy is one of the cause of dilatation of veins ( varicose veins),So don`t worry it may subside after delivery in 50% of cases .Treatment also be planned after delivery.Varicose veins are not life threatening routinely,except when they bleed as in esophageal varicose veins.surgeons,varicose veins specialist can be contacted.
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