“Getting your veins done” can mean many things. For the majority it is simply what patients see and dislike. For the minority it is an aggravating issue that deservedly needs attention. In reality, these are more intermingled than most think. By the time you see a bulging vein it usually means something below the surface has been “broken” for quite a while. Don’t just look at the visual aspect but also reflect on any possible symptoms that have become slowly more apparent like leg fatigue, achiness, restlessness, itching, burning, or swelling. Next, seek out a qualified vein center and get a proper evaluation with a diagnostic ultrasound and physical exam. Only then should you feel comfortable deciding on the proper treatment method for your vein issues.