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What are the symptoms of venous reflux disease?

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What are the symptoms of venous reflux disease? The main symptom of venous reflux disease is bulging significant varicose veins in the legs. Other symptoms include achiness, pain, throbbing, itching, burning, heavy sensation, tired sensation, swelling of the ankles, skin changes or even ulcers about the ankle.

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