In the USA, varicose vains are very common and treat varicose veins.
In most European countries, varicose vains are not so common and are usually used as a last resort. The best source of information on varicose vains for consumers in the USA is the American Vascular Society website. You can search the entire website for varicose veins, and see a lot of pictures. You can also go to the website of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to see if there is anything on your medication that you need to be on the lookout for. I hope that this page is helpful. If you have any questions about varicose vains or your own experiences, I would love to hear them! If you're still having trouble reading this, I suggest that you take some time to look at the video below. In it, Dr. Hahn from UCLA demonstrates the use of a syringe to deliver a dose of epinephrine. The video has the added bonus of demonstrating a way to treat a varicose vein if it isn't ruptured (i.e. if the varicose veins are on the skin, or if they appear to be a superficial condition): Dr. Hahn is currently a clinical instructor with the UCLA College of Medicine.