Symptoms of Burst Vein?

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Signs and symptoms of a burst blood vessel can vary depending on where it happens in the body. Usually a burst blood vessel is a sign of another condition such as atherosclerosis or an aneurysm. These mainly occur in conjunction with diabetes, obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and other inherited illnesses. Some symptoms might be a rapid heartbeat, body ache and/or pain, low blood pressure, or even internal bleeding. As always, if you are experiencing any such symptoms, seek immediate medical attention.
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