The varicorragia is bleeding resulting from the rupture of a varicose vein. In some cases, it may have been caused by trauma or scraped. It is considered the most dangerous complication that can result in varicose veins. Although not common, sometimes these complications can cause death. Usually it occurs in the superficial veins that are located in Lapart lower leg. It often affects people who have had varicose veins for years. At the time that the patient must lie bleeding occurs, place the leg posicón vertically (perpendicular to the body) and press the hole through which blood leaves for 5 minutes. In this way, the body's natural clotting is activated. Sometimes it is necessary to put a stitch or a bandage.