What is varicose vus?
Varicose vus is a blood clot that forms in the skin when the blood flow slows down from a cut, trauma or medical procedure, such as a knee injury or cancer surgery.
When this clot occurs, blood can't get into the muscles, so it's very uncomfortable and painful. It can also block blood flow and cause problems with breathing and heart function.
When varicose vus happens, a blood clot can be blocked by the tissue, especially in the muscle, and the flow of blood can't flow through the tissues. If the blood flow is cut off, the body can't make enough blood to keep your muscles and bones strong, your heart beat, and your digestive tract work. Your intestines can also suffer, and you could develop infections, or even die.
The symptoms can vary, from a small cut in the skin to a more serious blood clot. However, the symptoms can be similar. You might also be unable to swallow because the clot blocks the stomach. If this happens, you'll need immediate medical attention. Some people who experience varicose vus aren't likely to develop other diseases later in life. However, some people have more severe symptoms and require treatment to control the disease.