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what can i do for pain of venous stasis ?

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Dr. Ted King
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A few things: Lying down and putting your feet up higher than your heart helps as long as your feet are up. Compression also usually helps too. There are a few ways to do this but the easiest is usually to wear prescription graduated compression stockings or circaids. If you can take anti-inflammatory medicine, that can help too. The thing though is to see a vein specialist and treat your venous stasis.
Answered on Aug 12, 2012
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