The symptoms of vascular anomalies can vary depending on the type and location of the anomaly. Some common symptoms of vascular anomalies include:
- Swelling or a mass: Vascular anomalies can cause swelling or a mass to form on the skin or in the body.
- Pain: Some vascular anomalies can cause pain, particularly if they are located near a joint or in a sensitive area of the body.
- Skin changes: Vascular anomalies can cause changes in the color or texture of the skin, such as redness or bruising.
- Difficulty breathing: In some cases, vascular anomalies can cause difficulty breathing or shortness of breath.
- Headaches: Vascular anomalies in the head or neck can cause headaches.
- Vision changes: Vascular anomalies near the eyes can cause vision changes, such as blurriness or double vision.
- Fatigue: Some people with vascular anomalies may experience fatigue or tiredness.