What Causes Broken Capillaries in the Legs?

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Capillaries are the smallest blood vessels in the body which delivers nutrients and oxygen to the body organs removing chemical waste products. There are quite a number of potential causes of unpleasant, and at times unhealthy, broken capillaries in the legs. Some of the causes of the broken capillaries in legs include; genetics, pregnancy, leg injuries, hormones and skin damage.
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