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    Varicose Vein (Vulvar Varicosities) Compression Therapy Solution
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    V2 Supporter for Varicose Veins

    If during the course of your pregnancy, you develop varicose veins in the vulvar/vaginal region (vulvar varicosities) like I did during my pregnancy, you would be well advised to purchase a product called a V2 Supporter to help quell the varicose veins early on and nip them in the bud, so to speak. The product is a compression undergarment (like tight, padded panties), that is made in the USA by a Michigan-based company called It's You Babe.

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