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Info On Varicose Vein Is Treatment Worth It Or Wil Other Veins Pop Up
YES: Chronic venous disease is frequently under diagnosed and traditionally shunned by many mds. If you suffer significant consequence of venous hypertension (dermatitis, swelling, ulceration, chronic pain, etc ) - see your doctor asap and you may need to see a surgeon. Unfortunately, other veins can "pop up" as you age - like wrinkles. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are dilated, elongated, winding, tortuous superficial leg veins. Upright position, meager tissular support, heredity, gender (female hormones/pregnancies) and life style may distend the vein triggering valvular incompetence and gravitational down flow (reflux) while the increased venous pressure will assure the progressive ...Read more
Feeling catching, popping, burning, clicking, and numbness in my right hip for almost 3 years. Varicose veins have appeared. What is wrong?
After prolonged bedrest and delivery, I could feel like snakes on my calves. Discovered they were varicose veins popping up. Surgeon was mad I called.?
Pregnancy a risk too: As dr. Bulger said, pregnancy increases a woman's risk for getting varicose veins. In addition to prolonged bedrest being a risk factor for developing a blood clot, so is pregnancy itself. If you have pain, swelling, redness, and/or warmth in any of the veins in your calves, don't wait to seek medical attention. Otherwise, it isn't a bad idea to wait until 6 weeks post partum to see an md. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A combination: Spider veins are most commonly treated with sclerotherapy. If you have vein disease, a combination of things is often used. With varicose veins, it important to have an ultrasound of your veins to see if there is any underlying vein trouble that is causing your visible veins. This is usually treated with endoveneous laser or rf. The rest can be treated with phlebectomy, sclerotherapy, or both. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varicose veins: is the venefit targeted endovenous therapy procedure taking the place of vnus closure system or are they two different companies?
Same company: Vnus closure was the first company, using three prong catheter heating up to 85 degrees c. This company was bought out by covidien, and the updated catheter heats up 7 cm tip 120 degrees c. Covidien recently changed procedure name to venefit to suit themselves. The vnus closurefast procedure(old name) is the same as venefit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which is least invasive of rf procedures for the patient, re: venefit targeted endovenous therapy vs. Vnus closure system for varicose veins?
Yes: Skin ulcerations due to vein disease are known as venous stasis ulcerations. Venous pressure due to venous reflux causes fluid leak from distended veins. This stagnation of fluid results in swelling, discoration of the skin, hemosiderin deposits, inflammation.....Skin ulcers. Vein ablation or closure along with compression are the main stay of therapy. See surgeon, american college of phlebology. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Only when I bend down,veins pop out symmetrically on my shins.Are these varicose veins or their precursors?Why did they come about?What are they?
Likely: These are possibly varicose veins that are exposed with the pressure of bending over--varicose veins are big and tortuous. They develop from breakdown of the elements of the vein wall such that the one way valves cannot close and blood pools and further stretches the veins. Risk factors for varicose veins are heredity, obesity, being female and prolonged standing. If symptomatic can be treated ...Read more
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