More than 50% of women in USA suffer with this condition. A change in your diet will definitely help. Eat plenty of dark-colored berries, blueberries or blackberries, etc. Eating healthy might help you get rid of the extra weight and relieve that extra pressure on your legs. Avoid crossing your legs, tight clothing, avoid being sitting for a long time. Exercising regularly is a most, and whenever possible try putting your feet up. Wear loose clothing and avoid high hill shoes. It’s also recommended using apple cider vinegar by soaking washcloths and applying it to your varicose area. You can also drink a glass of water with 2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar. Do this at least once a day and see the results. If you don’t like the taste add sugar or honey to it. Some people prefer drinking grape juice. If you drink grape juice daily you might see quick results as well. Varicose veins tend to appear more during pregnancy since you have more blood flow in your body. Also, the growing womb increases the amount of pressure in your leg veins and your hormone levels rise relaxing the muscular walls of your blood vessels. Some spider veins are more serious than others. Just like fever, if you have a low grade fever *of 100.4 degrees during pregnancy you shouldn’t be that concerned about but higher fevers could affect the development of your baby. There is also laser surgery, sclerotherapy, and other methods of surgery for the treatment of varicose veins. However, preventive care always helps even after undergoing surgery. Those nasty spiders will never show up again.