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Risk Factors

Risk Factors

Patient Stories

The risk factors commonly associated with venous disease are as follows:

• Heredity
• Occupation
• Age
• Gender
• Pregnancy
• Prolonged standing

Heredity tends to be one of the leading risk factors related to a person developing vein disease. Another high-risk category exists for people who stand on their legs for extended periods of time. These include occupations such as teachers, nurses and beauticians. Additionally, the female population is much more represented than the male population. There is also something else that occurs when there is intra-abdominal pressure in the pelvic area, which can lead to pelvic congestion syndrome or May-Thurner Syndrome.

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