Black spots on legs and feet dry itchy patches on skin spreading

If the lower portion of your leg has black spots dry itchy patches on skin spreading or discoloration, or if the colours of the skin of your ankle dry itchy patches on skin spreading and leg is darker than the rest of your body dry itchy patches on skin spreading skin, or if you develop swelling in the leg after walking dry itchy patches on skin spreading or if after a short walk you feel your legs dry itchy patches on skin spreading are stretched-out and profoundly fatigued, then all these point not towards skin disease, as usually believed, but surprisingly towards disease of the veins, which in medical terminology is called chronic venous insufficiency or dry itchy patches on skin spreading C.V.I.

Majority of the women above 30 years of age do dry itchy patches on skin spreading suffer from chronic venous insufficiency (C.V.I.). This venous disease in most of the ladies starts developing dry itchy patches on skin spreading just after either pregnancy or delivery of the child. Physical exercises and regular daily walk have become non-existent in our modern day-to-day living. Young males and females working in call centers, at reception counters, stock exchange and offices of government & multinational companies are falling victim to this debilitating venous disease, as they are required to sit every day with legs dry itchy patches on skin spreading hanging down in front of computers or stand continuously for dry itchy patches on skin spreading a long period during their working hours.

The supply of oxygen to legs and feet is made dry itchy patches on skin spreading possible by pure blood that flows through arteries. After giving away oxygen to the legs, the remaining deoxygenated impure blood has to go back to dry itchy patches on skin spreading lungs through heart for purification or replenishment with oxygen. The channels that carry back impure oxygen-deficient blood from legs to lung are called veins. This itself explains that veins of legs form the drainage dry itchy patches on skin spreading system of the leg. If the functioning of veins is deranged by any reason, the drainage system of leg and foot becomes faulty. Because of this malfunctioning in drainage systems of legs. This ultimately heralds the beginning of swelling and discoloration of dry itchy patches on skin spreading leg skin. If timely intervention is not initiated under the guidance of dry itchy patches on skin spreading a cardiovascular or a vascular surgeon, the black patches which are small in size in the dry itchy patches on skin spreading initial stage, will enlarge and deepen and eventually will convert into a dry itchy patches on skin spreading non-healing ulcer of leg.

The one of the main reasons of development of C.V.I. Is deep vein thrombosis in which blood flowing in the dry itchy patches on skin spreading leg veins get clotted and thereby block the return flow dry itchy patches on skin spreading of impure blood. These blood clots may or may not dissolve completely even dry itchy patches on skin spreading after treatment. Even if blood clots dissolve completely but not before they dry itchy patches on skin spreading have already destroyed valves, which are situated inside the veins. These venous valves control and maintain the unidirectional flow of dry itchy patches on skin spreading blood. The destruction of valves of vein deranges the process of dry itchy patches on skin spreading upward return of impure blood through veins. The muscular pump of the leg which help in pushing dry itchy patches on skin spreading the impure blood upwards also becomes weak, due to lack of regular daily walk and leg exercise. In some patients, venous valves are either congenitally absent or under developed since dry itchy patches on skin spreading birth. In such patients, the symptoms of C.V.I. Appear from the very early age.

The early complaints in a patient of C.V.I. Are the appearance of swelling in the leg and feet dry itchy patches on skin spreading by the evening, and disappearance of swelling in the morning when the patient dry itchy patches on skin spreading gets up. As the disease progresses, patients of C.V.I. Start complaining of mild pain, stretching and early fatigue in the legs. Later on, appear black spots on the skin of legs and feet, which slowly keep on increasing in size and depth. As the days advance, the same very black spots give rise to eczema and dry itchy patches on skin spreading ulcer.

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