Both hemorrhoids and varicose veins are swollen, twisted veins. These veins are often in the legs, but when they form in the rectum, they’re called hemorrhoids.Piles usually look like small, round, discouraged lumps. You might be able to feel them on your anus or hanging down from your anal canal. Your anal canal is the short, muscular tube with blood vessels that connects your rectum (back passage) with your anus. Technically, varicose veins can’t be cured in the medical sense. Rather than fixing a varicose vein, we actually collapse the entire vein and reroute blood to a different vein. So the vein is still there; it’s just dormant. In other scenarios, we may remove the damaged vein. Walking is especially good for people who suffer from varicose veins, due to the fact that walking is a very low-impact workout. There is no jarring or pounding of your legs — just a simple movement that helps strengthen your calf muscles without straining your body.
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