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The Art of Mastering Remedies

Options for Varicose Veins Treatment About 50-55 percent of men and 40-45 percent of men suffer from vein problems. Varicose veins issues affect more than 50% of people above 50 years old. Symptoms include itchy/irritating rash, pain after prolonged sitting or standing, darkening of skin, heaviness or swelling, restless legs and throbbing or cramping. Compression stockings The least relief for varicose veins is provided by support pantyhose as pressure is applied evenly to the whole leg. Gradient or graduated stockings put pressure where it’s most effective. Over-the-counter compression hose puts significant pressure on the veins but prescription compression stockings apply the highest amount of pressure on veins. A trained professional is required when it comes to fitting the prescription pantyhose. Both compression pantyhoses can be bought at medical or drug supply shops.
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Often, smaller veins are treated through the injection of an irritant to make vein’s wall collapse. This vein treatment’s meant to restrict the flow of blood to the veins being treated. Compression socks are put on for about 3-6 days in case of smaller veins and 6 weeks for bigger veins. There are usually some side effects involved, such as irritation and inflammation of other veins, brown stained skin near the affected area, allergic reaction to irritant and unintended injection of artery. Surface laser This non-invasive vein treatment for varicose veins is perfect for veins that are less than 3 millimeters wide. In general, 2-5 treatments that last 15-20 minutes each are needed. Strong laser light beams penetrate the skin, gradually fading the veins until they’re gone. The laser produces heat that’s severely painful and it’s not good for every skin type and tone. Some side effects can occur, including temporary discoloration of skin, scars and burns, as well as temporary swelling and redness. Normal activity may be resumed after this procedure. Surgery Surface veins may be treated by a surgical technique such as tying the vein off/ligation or stripping/removing the vein. Phlebectomy is a procedure that involves small incisions as well as the use of a special hook for vein removal. PIN stripping is a procedure that involves the sewing a device at the tip of the vein and then pulling it out. This procedure is performed in outpatient facilities or operating rooms. The risks that come with this procedure include bleeding, bruising, permanent scars, blood clots in deep veins, wound infection and nerve tissue damage. Endovenous This varicose veins treatment technique is performed by a doctor under local anesthesia and is better than surgery for most people who have deeper surface veins. The doctor places a small catheter in the vein and radiofrequency or laser energy is used to heat a probe to stop the blood flow. Patients can feel a bit of bruising after this procedure.