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Varicose veins
My mother has varicose veins. 3 years back I started a job where I had to stand for long hours. This lead to burning sensation on my outer thigh whenever I touched it. A physiotherapist told me that this is due to varicose veins, which I haven't yet developed. I usually have pain in my legs and pain on the left side of my body. Should I start wearing compression stockings for this?
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No it is not varicose vein related!! Howevet it can be lateral cutaneous nerve entrapment,  but i am not sure need more details Avoid wearing tight belts Cap benfomet plus once after lunch
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