What happened to my veins near my ankles area? It's turned dark blue and its area is increasing? (Photos)
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Veins near ankles
Clusters of visible veins over the ankles, especially the inner (medial) ankle can be a sign of venous reflux disease. These veins may be opening up due to high pressure from blood pooling in larger underlying veins. I recommend seeing a vein specialist and having an ultrasound to determine if you have venous reflux disease.
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