Varicose veins are a type of enlarged veins which are mostly found visible on legs and arm areas of the body. The color of these veins ranges from blue to red and sometimes these are flesh colored.
These are called as surface veins and most of the doctors suggest removing surface veins as harmless and without any side effects. Usually these veins look like cords and sometimes these give an appearance of twisted cords and sometimes appear as bulging.
Sometimes warts are observed as swollen and raised bodies above the surface of the skin. Usually these warts are observed on thighs, backs of the calves, or the inside of the legs of body.
Removing surface veins can be very difficult especially during pregnancy because these varicose veins are seen to be accumulated around the vagina and buttocks. Another category of surface veins is the spider veins and these are found near the surface of skin closer as compared to the varicose veins.
The veins are observed as tree branches and sometimes as spider webs. These veins are often formed on the legs and even on the face. These kinds of veins often form a large are area of the skin surface. Removing surface veins of these kinds can be very difficult most of the times.