How effective homeopathic treatment for varicose veins near testes?

None that I know of? Am not aware of benefit of these remedies for varicosele which are scrotal varicose veins of the spermatic cord that said, for varicose veins of the legs, there is mild proven scientific benefit of homeopathics such as horse chestnut extract, diosmin/daflon and similar i am not aware of any studies on those remedies for varicocele, however.
Don't try it. Varicocele is often left alone, unless one is symptomatic, and especially if one has low sperm count and is desirous of children. The varicocele can increase the temperature of the area, resulting in low sperm count. See a urologist for expert help.
Not at all. If there are any homeopathic medicines that are effective for varicose veins near the testes (varicocele?), I am not aware of them. If they are causing concern, they should be evaluated by a physician who could recommend treatment to you.

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Is there any cure for varicose veins in homeopathy?

Varicose Veins Cure. No, there is no homeopathic cure for varicose veins. Varicose veins result from a mechanical failure of the veins / vein valves and no homeopathic treatment can fix the problem. Compression stockings and horse chestnut extract can assist with the symptoms, but will not cure the condition. Over time the condition will typically worsen if left untreated and will spread to other veins over time. Read more...
No. There is no natural remedy for varicose veins. You could try compression, and there are a variety of cosmetic cover ups, but only removal of the veins ultimately will relieve varicose vein problems. Read more...
No. I agree with drs. Gotvald and lerner. There are no homeopathic medicines for varicose veins, including horse chestnut (which might help swelling but won't get rid of varicose veins. The one venotonic (medicine for veins) that has been shown in good quality studies to make a difference in leg vein related symptoms (especially swelling) is dalflon 500. Unfortunately, it is not available in the us. Read more...
No . No cure for varicose veins with homeopathy. The varicose veins are a result of pooling of blood with increased venous blood pressure. The best way to close the varicose veins can be determined on physical exam and a focus venous ultrasound examination by a physician skill in treating venous disease. Check out the american venous forum or american college of phlebology. Read more...
None that works. Varicose veins are due to leaking valves in the saphenous vein system. There is a strong hereditary component. There are many potential home remedies such as horse chestnut, diosmin, escin and certain kinds of berries but none of these work. If you have varicose veins, then you should see a vein specialist for a f/u venous evaluation including a venous ultrasound. Read more...

Are there any homeopathic remedies for varicose veins?

No. A number of natural supplements and herbal products such as horse chestnut, venotonic agents, vitamin k, vitamin c, gingko and wich hazel claim to help with common symptoms of varicose veins. Unfortunately there is no evidence reported to support this. I recommend support hose, leg elevation and exercise to manage symptoms of varicose veins if treatment such as vnus closure is not an option. Read more...
Yes but questionable. There are several natural supplements or herbal remedies that "supposedly" treat venous issues, including horse chestnut, vitamin E ...Etc. Unfortunately, all reports of their results are anecdotal only, and appear limited to individual cases. There is no good, reputable, reproduceable scientific data that shows that any of these agents actually do any good. Patients may try them at their own risk. Read more...
Bioflavonoids. The one venotonic (medicine for veins) that has been shown in good quality studies to make a difference in leg vein related symptoms (especially swelling) is dalflon 500. Unfortunately, it is not available in the us. Read more...
For symptoms. There are better meds in europe, like daflon 500, not approved in usa, that help symptoms like pain and swelling but don't eliminate vein disease. In us, there are some things that help... Graduated medical compression stockings, exercise, citrus plus bioflavonoid caps, horse chestnut seed extract, rutin, french maritime pine bark pycnogenol caps, reservatrol, but see your doctor first to ask! Read more...
No effective ones. There is no scientific validity to homeopathic medicine. See www, trickortreatment.Com if one has varicose veins, the best place to start is evaluation by a phlebologist, interventional radiologist, or vascular surgeon who is committed to treating venous disease. Read more...
Not really. It really depends on what you mean by homeopathic. If you mean ways that do not involve modern medicine and surgery then perhaps your answer is yes. The symptoms from varicose veins are generally bulging, heaviness, and aching of the legs. Many of these symptoms can be relieved with medical grade compression stockings. An evaluation by a physician dedicated to venous disease is the best next step. Read more...
Varicose veins. Homeopathic remedies do exist Bioflavonoids horse chestnut extract diosomin hesperidin Maybe even tumeric. Read more...

Which is least invasive of rf procedures for the patient, re: venefit targeted endovenous therapy vs. Vnus closure system for varicose veins?

Same treatment. The venefit and vnus treatments are the same treatment and both are minimally invasive procedures that can be done in the office setting in about 30 minutes. Read more...
They are the same. They are the same procedure with venefit being the new marketing name after covidien bought the device from vnus medical closure fast. The older closure system is typically not available. Read more...
Both/neither. Vnus is essentially now venefit since it was bought and "renamed" by covidien. No difference. Other modalities, such as laser fiber ablation, are also just as minimally invasive, maybe more so since they use a slightly smaller catheter - but we're talking about a difference of 1.5mm. The technique is more or less identical. Read more...
Veins. All are equally minimally invasive All have similar outcomes All are tolerated well It's more related to the procedure your treating physician does. Read more...

Are there treatments for skin ulcers caused by varicose veins?

Definitely yes ! . 80% of leg ulcers are venous in origin. Venous leg ulcers are the worst end of the spectrum of vein problems, and can be disastrous with endless cycle of ulcers and infection, even amputation rarely. There are several effective treatments. See an experienced vein physician right away ! Read more...
Yes. Skin ulcers from varicose veins are typically caused from venous reflux. The ulcer will heal once the diseased varicose vein is ablated or removed. Wearing stocking may help, but it is only temporary when the stockings are being worn. A permanent treatment involves ablating the diseased vein. Read more...
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 more...
Absolutely. Compression is the mainstay of treatment for venous leg ulcers. Beyond that, you want to treat the underlying chronic venous insufficiency and venous hypertension that are causing the inflammation that creates the ulcers. I would see a vein specialist/phlebologist. A venous ultrasound of your leg veins should be done to find the cause of your varicose veins and make a treatment recommendation. Read more...
Vein ulcer treatment. Vein specialists have an array of methods to treat venous ulcers. They employ wound care, compression therapy, saphenous and perforator vein ablation, subulcer vein sclero- therapy and phlebectomy. Experienced vein specialists will diagnose the causes and devise effective treatment plans for you. Read more...
Ulcers veins. you need to be evaluated to determine the vein disease problem and then treat that as that is the reason for the ulcer. local care alone will not solve the problem. a venous doppler sonogram is the test of choice. Read more...

What are some of the non-drug treatments for Varicose veins?

The non drug treatments for Varicose veins include: Ablation, Laser treatment of leg veins, Sclerotherapy. Read more...
Vein Interventions. Non oral medication therapies include: 1)Laser or Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT) 2)Radiofrequency ClosureFast procedure 3)VenaSeal vein glue 4)Varithena chemical ablation 5)Phlebectomy or stripping surgery 6)Clarivein mechanical-chemical ablation 7)Ultrasound guided Foam sclerotherapy 8)Compression Stockings Which treatment is best for u should be determined by a vascular surgeon. Read more...
VV Treatments. Common non drug treatments of Varicose Veins include various types of closure procedures (sealing of refluxing valves)--endovenous laser, endovenous radio frequency, Varithena (foam sclerotherapy), Venaseal (glue), Clarivein(mechanical chemical) ultrasonic guided foam sclerotherapy and microphlebectomies . Your vein specialist can determine the ideal treatment for you. Read more...

Could you tell me if there are any treatments for varicose veins other than it being operated on?

Laser vein closure. Varicose veins are due to leaking valves(called reflux) most commonly in the saphenous system. To treat these you must first undergo a venous reflux ultrasound to make the diagnosis and determine the proper treatment. Medical management would be the use of support hose but this is only masking the problem. Laser closure of the leaking valves and micro incisions to remove the vv's is the ideal. Read more...
Veins. It depends on the varicose vein Larger varicose are usually amused by vein reflux and can be treated by thermal ablation Sometimes sclerotherapy can be used if no reflux Sclerotherapy can be used to treat spider veins. Read more...

Varicose veins: is the venefit targeted endovenous therapy procedure taking the place of vnus closure system or are they two different companies?

Yes, the same. The venefit and vnus closure procedure are the same. The name was changed when covidien medical technologies purchased vnus technologies several years ago. This treatment continues to be the gold standard treatment for varicose veins and venous insufficiency. Read more...
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 more...