As your pregnancy progresses, your blood volume increases. In your legs, the blood in your veins flows against gravity. So when your leg muscles contract, the one-way valves in your leg veins help push the blood flow back to your heart.
But in some pregnant women, these leg valves can give way, allowing the extra blood in leg veins to drop back down, pool, and cause varicose veins.
After pregnancy, your veins can actually get progressively worse.
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To schedule an evaluation to determine if you have varicose veins––with or without a pregnancy––call Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center today at 1-800-VEIN-DOC (1-800-834-6362). Or request your appointment online.