Blue lines or veins under skin

Veins throughout your body become larger during pregnancy to accommodate increased blood flow to the baby. These enlarged blood vessels show up as fine bluish, reddish or purplish lines under the skin, most often on the legs and ankles. Blood vessels in the skin over your breasts also become more visible and appear as blue or pink lines. These lines usually disappear after pregnancy.

About one in five pregnant women develops varicose veins — protruding, swollen veins, particularly in the legs. Varicose veins may surface for the first time or worsen during late pregnancy, when the uterus exerts greater pressure on the veins to the legs. (See also Varicose veins.)

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