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There are a number of different diseases and medical conditions that can cause varicose veins. The two common diseases that most people think about are varicose veins and varicose arteries. There is also a third disease that many people think about that may have little to no connection with varicose veins: a condition called carotid stenosis. The primary cause of varicose veins is a tear in the wall of the small intestine. The small intestine is made up of a thick, flexible band of intestine. The most common type of varicose vein is called an "obesity" vein. If the obesity vein has a thin wall, the intestine wall could become inflamed and the intestine may become damaged. It is important to know that it is important to check your symptoms closely if you have varicose veins.