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What to do if I'm affected by varicose vain, my question is shall I walk in the morning, is it effect more?

What to do if I'm affected by varicose vain, my question is shall I walk in the morning, is it effect more?

Walking is good: Generally speaking people affected by varicose veins that present symptoms feel worse on standing and sitting for prolonged periods and heaviness, tiredness and ache improve by leg elevation or walking. Other option for symptomatic relief is using elastic compression. At times patients would also benefit from removal, ablation or sclerotherapy of varicose veins to decrease symptoms. ...Read more

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I have a vericose vain on my face, on my right cheek. Should I be worried? I also have one on my right leg

I have a vericose vain on my face, on my right cheek. Should I be worried? I also have one on my right leg

Vericose Vein: If you are uncomfortable with the condition then I would see a dermatologist. They can make a proper diagnosis and discuss treatment options with you and let you decided which is best for you. You don't really need to worry to much, but I would see a dermatologist :]. ...Read more

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I have varicose veins, at home is it better to apply a cold or hot compress to the vains?

I have varicose veins, at home is it better to apply a cold or hot compress to the vains?

VV treatment.: Neither hot nor cold compresses will help varicose veins. Varicose veins are due to malfunctioning valves of the saphenous system of veins. The gold standard for treatment is to have a venous ultrasound to make the diagnosis and aid in the formulation of a treatment plan. Support hose may help temporarily. See a vein specialist. ...Read more

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Hi good after noon what can I have varicose vains what can I do to get rid of the bulges on my feel I have of to be wearing very long clothes to cover?

Veins: The bulging veins use the are as the result of blood flow in the venous system going backwards down the leg. To adequately treat this a venous Doppler ultrasound should be done to determine if there is a vein that is abnormal, and then treatment should be directed at the underlying abnormal vein, not of the vein of the foot. ...Read more

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Tingling in right big toe I also have varicose vains I am 52?

Tingling in right big toe I also have varicose vains I am 52?

Neuropathy: Is possible. Nerves in lower extremities are most commonly affected. Many causes, but most common is diabetes, so have your doctor check it out. It can be simple as shoes that are too tight. Or it can be early sign of neurologic disease, such as muscular dystrophy. So a careful neurologic exam and blood tests might be necessary here. ...Read more

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Black spots on my right leg. Its spreading. I have varicose vains. Is this serious?

Black spots on my right leg. Its spreading. I have varicose vains. Is this serious?

Maybe: If the dark spots are towards your ankle they may be skin changes associated with venous insufficiency. These can lead to ulcers of the skin over time. Go to miamibeachvein. Com to learn more. Find a doctor at phlebology. Org. ...Read more

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My surgeon recommends compression stockings grade II for my varicose vains. How much?

My surgeon recommends compression stockings grade II for my varicose vains. How much?

Compression: Yes, so long as this is directed from your clinician. We need to know that your arteries are okay and then we can determine the correct level of compression. The levels of compression are measured in millimeters of mercury pressure. ...Read more

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A friend had an opp 4 varicose vains removed he left hospital did not make it out hospital carpark@died they said blood clot killed him al is confused?

A friend had an opp 4 varicose vains removed he left hospital did not make it out hospital carpark@died they said blood clot killed him al is confused?

Pulmonary embolism: A clot can form in the veins in the leg or pelvis and break off and lodge in the lungs to cause a pulmonary embolism which could be fatal. I certainly cannot say if there is any direct connection between your friend's procedure and what appears to be a pulmonary embolism. ...Read more

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Which home remedy for varicose veinis considered the best?

Which home remedy for varicose veinis considered the best?

See a vein expert: There are few effective home remedies for varicose veins. An evaluation by a venous specialist would be worth your while. ...Read more

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What causes varicose eczema?

What causes varicose eczema?

Venous hypertension: Varicose or venous eczema is always commonly referred to as stasis dermatitis, even though this is an inaccurate description. Stasis means that blood isn't moving. In the case of venous eczema, the blood is moving, it is just going the wrong way. We call this reflux and reflux occurs in varicose vein disease. The problem is too much pressure in the veins and the inflammation that results. ...Read more

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What is the best option to get a large vericose vein removed?

What is the best option to get a large vericose vein removed?

It depends: You need an ultrsound to determine the source of this problem, once that is done your vascular surgeon can decide the options which may include endogenous thermal ablation, surgery, or sclerotherapy. ...Read more

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I'm having leg pain and have vericose viens should I be concerned?

I'm having leg pain and have vericose viens should I be concerned?

See a physician: You should seek medical assessment/treatment. If there is new-onset pain a doctor needs to urgently assess your risk for having a significant underlying problem (e.g. Blood clot) and, if necessary, send you for an ultrasound. Varicose veins are often chronically symptomatic. If acutely so (esp if inflamed), an ultrasound should be performed to see if it is phlebitis vs phlebitis + occult deep clot. ...Read more

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How can I deal with varicose vein?

How can I deal with varicose vein?

Close leaking valves: Varicose veins are a result of malfunctioning valves usually in the saphenous system. The first step in treatment would be to obtain a venous reflux ultrasound to make the diagnosis and help plan treatment which could be laser or radiofreqency closure of the valves usually with microphlebectomies and possible sclerotherapy or ultrasound directed sclerotherapy. You should see a vein specialist. ...Read more

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How can you treat a varicose vein?

How can you treat a varicose vein?

Get checked first: See a vein specialist and get an ultrasound to see the cause of your problems. Compression hose, exercise and leg elevation will be suggested. If conservative treatment fails you may need ablation, injection or removal of your abnormal veins. See sirweb. Org under varicose veins for info. Use doctor finder same site for interventional radiologist in your area. ...Read more

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Is there a miracle cure for varicose eczema?

Is there a miracle cure for varicose eczema?

No miracles: Steroid creams can treat the symptoms and appearance of varicose eczema temporarily, and any md can prescribe these. However, if more long term control of the eczema is needed, then the underlying venous disease that is causing the problem should be treated. This is best done by a vein specialist. ...Read more

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What are the signs, symptoms of varicose vein?

Vein signs: Signs range from visible spider veins to larger flat blue veins to bulging varicose veins to swelling to reddish and/or brownish skin discoloration to waxy shile skin scars to ulceration. Bleeding can occur and when there is severe inflammation in the vein, you can have redness, swelling, warmth, and pain and tenerness over the affected vein. ...Read more

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