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If you don’t know the difference, it can be hard to differentiate between varicose and spider veins. They are both multicolored, bulging veins under the skin in various sizes. Indeed, they are alike in many ways, but they have just as many differences. In this post, we will break down the difference between varicose and spider veins and what leads to patients getting them before they can see them.