Can rerouting blood flow to other veins cause inflammation of the veins?
It is varicose vein.
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I have gone through your query and I can understand your concerns.
As per your description it seems that you are having a clinical condition called varicose vein. It is nothing but dilated and tortuous veins mainly over lower limb.
Surgery is the only treatment option which can reverse the condition.
There are two sets of veins which carry blood from lower limb. Superficial and deep. Varicose vein develops due to incompatiblity of valves connecting the superficial and deep veins. What we will do is that we are removing the superficial veins either surgically or by newer techniques like laser or sclerotherapy, so that blood will flow through deep veins.
It won’t cause any stress to blood flow. This is simple procedure won’t cause any changes to your routine activities.
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