Why Are My Veins so Visible?


Visible veins are as a result of aging and broken capillaries as well as hormonal shifts. UVA/UVB sun exposure can also be a common cause and use of birth control and oral contraceptives. It is however advisable to seek medical attention so as to establish the real cause.
Q&A Related to "Why Are My Veins so Visible?"
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