Most common condition related to ur problem could be VARICSOE VEINS (Legs), this condition can be treated well using various techniques and the last option could be a day care surgery. I would recommend you to consult a surgeon for a proper go in ur case......
puffy veins as u call them,may indicate something more to it than what meets the eye,. most commonly they turn out to be varicose veins. avoid standing long at your work place or your house,as it may aggravate the problem,use stockings. dont forget to consult your surgeon at the earliest.
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The least invasive and first course of action for any type of varicose veins should be compression stockings.
surgical stripping has been the treatment option for the relief of varicose veins.
Endovenous Laser Ablation is a minimally invasive procedure and is performed in the doctor's office with local anaesthetic.
Sclerotherapy is a technique whereby the patient is injected with a salt solution through a small needle into the dilated or abnormal vein.
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