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  1. Poor circulation in legs can arise because of a whole host of different reasons, which we’ll explore individually below. Varicose veins are caused by underlying vein disease, which occurs when vein valves become damaged and unable to efficiently carry blood through your body. This can impact circulation and lead to venous symptoms like leg swelling, cramping, itching, and fatigue. Whether it’s varicose veins, spider veins, or venous ulcers, our clinics treat a variety of vein disease conditions.
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