Flying and Varicose Veins

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We all know, through media or even through the news, that when you fly on a plane, there is always a risk of developing a deep vein thrombosis or DVT. That is why they encourage everyone flying to move around the cabin and do plenty of stretching exercises. Many of my patients are also worried about flying on a plane when they have varicose veins. In this video, I discuss the risk involved and answer the question based on current research, what the dangers are and whether it is acceptable to fly with varicose veins.

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