How are varicose veins diagnosed?
The only way to know if you have a varicose vein is to check your blood sugar level, which will be done by your physician. For those of you with diabetes, it may also be determined by a blood test called an insulin glargine test.
Many people get relief from their varicose vein problems by taking a supplement containing beta gliterulone acetate, a beta glucuronide that is found in animal-derived products. Most of the supplements contain other beta-gliterulones and some are not absorbed well by your liver. Many people also take vitamin E or vitamin C. If you have a vitamin C deficiency, you may need to avoid beta-gliterulones that contain vitamin C.
In most cases, the first sign of the problem is low blood sugar, which may start the day you stop taking any beta-gliterulone. As blood sugar levels get low and the condition worsens, you may become dizzy or faint, especially if you are taking a beta-gliterulone. For people who don't know they have varicose veins, the symptoms can be a little confusing. The condition can be caused by a number of factors, including: lack of exercise; being overweight; being on medications; being on a diet with a high glycemic load; a family history of diabetes; low body weight and/or poor eating habits; or an eating disorder.