Pregnancy is a magical time, you get to see your baby growing, revel in the tiny movements across your stomach and plan out the nursery.
But it also has some less than perfect moments with engorged breasts, all day sickness and varicose veins.
Typically, the more pregnancies you have, the higher your chances are of having those painful and unsightly veins popping up. If you’re one of the lucky ones, Dr Peter Paraskevas, Phlebologist from Paras Clinic and Executive Board Member of The Australasian College of Phlebology has some helpful advice.
Published at Kidspot Erinne Dragosetti |