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Red marks on the inner thigh areas that are light in the morning and prominent at night. Varicose veins?

My daughter is 15 years old and from past two to three months has developed red marks on her inner thigh areas, first i thought she was putting on a bit weight, so must be streach marks, but now I am worried. Please tell me whom to contact and what should be done ? They tend to be light in the morning and become darker later in the evening. Is this varicose veins ? they seem to be developing below knee in the calf alrea also.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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hi i think she had superficial veins seen on this areas because of putting weight.this happens when fat deposition occurs.the differential diagnosis is some skin lesion.the possibility of varicose vein is last in diagnosis.have a nice day.
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