Why Are My Veins so Visible?

Answer

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?"
The visibility of your veins depends mainly on the level of pigmentation in your skin. If you have lighter skin overall, then your veins will be more visible. If you have darker skin
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Because you have little fat to cover it, and the muscle pushes it up, which makes it visible.
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Spider veins are similar to varicose veins, but they are smaller. They are often red
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you are right hormones can affect veins, I suggest you see a vascular surgeon and see if there is an underlying problem or if there is a treatment available, it sounds like spider
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