Online Vein Self-Assessment

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About You

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Age:

24 years or younger

  • Adults aged 35 and older are more likely to be affected by vein issues;
    however, some younger patients report vein problems.
  • The best way to avoid vein disease is to be aware of the risks and discuss prevention with a physician.

25-34 years old

  • Adults aged 35 and older are more likely to be affected by vein issues;
    however, some younger patients report vein problems.
  • The best way to avoid vein disease is to be aware of the risks and discuss prevention with a physician, particularly if you have other risk factors addressed in this assessment.

35-44 years old

  • Adults aged 35 and older are more likely to be affected by vein issues.
  • Advanced age is a major factor in the increased risk of venous disease;
    be sure to regularly visit your physician to discuss your risk, preventative measures and treatment options.

45 years or older

  • Adults aged 35 and older are more likely to be affected by vein issues.
  • This risk factor significantly increases with advanced age; be sure to
    regularly visit your physician to discuss your risk, preventative measures
    and treatment options.

Sex:

Male

  • Although women are significantly more likely to suffer from vein disease, many men also report vein problems.
  • Men, particularly those with other risk factors addressed in this assessment, should discuss their risks and preventative measures with a physician.

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Female

  • Women are significantly more likely than men to suffer from vein disease.
  • Up to 55% of women may be affected in their lifetime.

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