When I first started my spider vein treatment program, I thought I’d be treated with a few drops of antiseptic and maybe a little nail polish, but then I got sick and went to a hospital.
It was horrible, I couldn’t move and I couldn: I had a lump on my back that was getting worse and worse.
I was diagnosed with seborrhea, a very common bacterial infection, and after two weeks of treatment, my dog was in the hospital.
I was worried that I was going to lose her to the infection, so I had to make a decision: I’m going to give her a spider vein, which is basically a catheter, and I’m not going to leave her in the ER for two weeks and then give her another dose of antisepsis, which means injecting a tube of blood through the vein.
The spider veins were a huge relief because the tube was about 10 feet long, so it allowed me to give a very quick injection, without having to leave the house.
I didn’t know that this was going, but I didn