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cause of venous stasis

A 49-year-old female asked:
Dr. Nick (Donald) Morrison
29 years experience Phlebology
Give more detail: What do you mean by venous stasis all over? What symptoms? Did any event like injury happen before? Any illnesses?
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Dr. Scott Bolhack
34 years experience Wound care
Venous stasis: Your self-diagnosis is probable incorrect. You will need to see a clinician to review and have a thorough examination.

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A 31-year-old member asked:
Dr. Scott Bolhack
34 years experience Wound care
Stress Veins: Not specifically. Stress is never a helpful thing--we do not recommend stress to help cure our patients no matter what the disease may be. Venous stas ... Read More
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Dr. Craig Schwartz
33 years experience Phlebology
No: Obviously, stress is never a good thing for the body as a whole, and can certainly make the healing process or recovery more difficult in any illness ... Read More
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Dr. John Landi
46 years experience Phlebology
Stress/venous ulcer: There is no relationship between stress and venous ulcers. Stress is related to duodenal ulcers.
A 31-year-old member asked:
Dr. Richard Sheppeck
35 years experience Vascular Surgery
No: venous stasis, usually referring to blood pooling in the veins of the legs is due to incompetent leaking valves in the vein there. The pooling blood l ... Read More
A 40-year-old member asked:
Dr. Scott Bolhack
34 years experience Wound care
LBP and Venous Stasi: Blood pressure is disease of the arteries. Venous stasis is disease of the veins. While both may exist in the same patient, they are not necessarily c ... Read More
A 22-year-old member asked:
Dr. Oliver Aalami
22 years experience Vascular Surgery
No: No. Varicose veins develop because a valve somewhere in the veins has failed and blood pools in the leg veins rather than traveling back to the heart. ... Read More
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A 76-year-old male asked:
Dr. M. Hytham Beck
42 years experience General Surgery
Remove the vein: number one rule to heal venous stasis ulcer is to eliminate the stasis. you can achieve that by wearing high pressure stocking. eliminate prolonged st ... Read More
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A 43-year-old member asked:
Dr. Scott Bolhack
34 years experience Wound care
Venous stasis: The issue is one of vein hypertension, due to the impeded flow of blood returning to the heart, especially in the legs. This is due to incompetent va ... Read More
A 36-year-old member asked:
Dr. Lawrence Presant
40 years experience Phlebology
Get the blood moving: Venous stasis is sluggish flow due to venous insufficiency (valve damage) or calf muscle dysfunction due to bedrest, improper gait/footwear or injury. ... Read More
A 61-year-old female asked:
Dr. Bradley Thomas
18 years experience Vascular Surgery
Compression: The best way to deal with pain and aching often associated with venous stasis is to prevent it! compression stocking are the mainstay of therapy. Mos ... Read More
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A 61-year-old female asked:
Dr. Bradley Thomas
18 years experience Vascular Surgery
Compression: The best way to deal with pain and aching often associated with venous stasis is to prevent it! compression stockings are the mainstay of therapy. Mo ... Read More
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