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Varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins that often appear on the legs and feet. They mainly occur when the valves in the veins do not work correctly. Therefore, the flow of blood does not perform effectively. That's happened due to standing and walking upright adds pressure in the veins of your lower body.  Furthermore, the veins rarely require treatment for health reasons, but treatment is needed in case of aching, swelling, and painful legs result, and if there is considerable discomfort in your body. Treatment may involve self-care measures or procedures by your surgeon to remove veins.

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Treatment for varicose veins

There are various treatments can reduce appearance and relieve discomfort such as:

Elevation: You should elevate your legs above your waist several times throughout the day to rise flow of blood decrease pressure in the veins.  

Laser therapy: A surgeon use a catheter that is a long, thin tube and laser to close off a damaged vein in a minimally invasive procedure known as endovenous thermal ablation.

Elastic stockings: Elastic stockings or socks compress the veins and ease discomfort. Then the compression stops the veins from stretching and helps blood flow in that particular part of the body. 

Injection therapy (sclerotherapy): A surgeon injects a solution into your vein during sclerotherapy. The result causes the vein walls to stick together. Eventually, the vein transforms into scar tissue and fades away.

Vein surgery: It is also known as ligation and stripping. During these procedures, the surgeon ties off the affected vein to stop blood flow from pooling. The surgeon may remove or strip the vein to prevent varicose veins from reappearing.

Diagnosing varicose veins

Your surgeon will probably test your legs and visible veins while you’re sitting or standing to diagnose varicose veins. They may require information from you about any pain or symptoms you’re having.

Furthermore, your surgeon may want to do an ultrasound to examine your blood flow. This is a noninvasive checkup that uses high-frequency sound waves. It helps your surgeon to see how blood flow in your veins.

A venogram may be done to further assess your veins which is totally depends on the location. Your surgeon injects a special dye into your legs and takes X-rays of the area during this test. The dye seems on the X-rays that provide your doctor a better view of how your blood is flowing.

Tests such as ultrasounds or venograms help to make sure that another disorder similar with a blood clot or a blockage isn’t causing the pain and swelling in your legs.

Frequently Asked Question

Varicose veins usually result in excess blood leaking into the tissues of the leg in case when it left untreated. You will feel painful swelling and inflammation as parts of their skin become dark and discolored.

Due to the fact that walking is a very low-impact workout, it is good for people who suffer from varicose veins. Simple movement o legs help strengthen your calf muscles without straining your body.

Also, water benefited to maintain functional muscles that support your veins when high pressure overcomes them.

Without surgery, minimally invasive options exist, and most problem veins from the tiniest spider veins to larger varicose veins can be treated. Latest techniques include the use of heat, glue or a solution injected directly into the veins.

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