Do you have any remedies to take away bulging varicose veins on legs?

See Vein Doctor. Modern day treatment of venous insufficiency which results in vv, leg pain, swelling can be nicely treated by a phlebologist trained to do procedures in the office. Using laser or radio frequency heat, major vein reflux can be eliminated, ropy vv can be removed with microphlebectomy, and spider veins treated with sclerotherapy. Phlebology.Org is helpful in finding doctor in your area.
Varicose Veins RX. Too numerous to discuss in detail. To actually remove the veins you would need a vein procedure done. Depending on you anatomy, this could be a vein laser (evlt), radiofrequency ablation (venefit procedure), ultrasound-guided foam sclerotherapy (vein injections with chemical), or surgery. You would need to see a vein specialist / vascular surgeon to be properly evaluated and treated.
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.
Yes. Radio frequency or laser endovenous treatments and possibly microphlebectomy. The treatments involve ultrasound guidance to place an access port to thread a small catheter into the diseases veins to heat them up and address the abnormal pathology.
Vein treatment. Nothing works to take away bulging varicose veins on the legs except treatment. Pills, diets, and exercises don't work. You can use compression stockings. They will hide the bulging and make you legs feel better, if they hurt, but they can't correct the problem. I would recommend seeing a vein specialist (phlebologist) who can asses your varicose veins and talk to you about what needs to be done.

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Do you have any remedies to fade away those bulging varicose veins on legs? And what does estrogen do?

Let's see. Bulging varicose veins don't necessarily have to be treated. If they are unsightly and if they are painful, they can be treated. See a reputable surgeon, interventional radilologist or other reputable physician and get an opinion. Don't be afraid of a 2nd or 3rd opinion. Estrogen may be contraindicated with these as estrogen is know to be associated with clots in the legs. See your pcp. Read more...
No fade creams. There are no remedies that will make bulging varicose veins on the legs fade, except treatment. A number of treatments are used that are very successful and which don't require surgery but which require seeing a physician who specializes in vein treatment and who can perform an ultrasound exam of your veins. (www.Phlebology.Org) estrogen doesn't help and in high enough doses can worsen things. Read more...
Vein specialist. For varicose veins to actually "fade away", you would need treatment. There isn't really any home treatment that will make them fade. I would recommend that you see a phlebologist or vein specialist. Read more...
Bulging veins. Bulging veins are due to valve reflux and as such no remedies will fade them,if there is valve reflux this needs to be addressed usually by thermal ablation Estrogens are a more common factor in spider vein development,though use does carry a risk of dvt,though small. Read more...

Are there any remedies to fade away the bulging varicose veins on my legs?

No. There are medicines that can help your legs feel better but the remedies won't make your varicose veins go away. Compression stockings can improve venous function and relieve some symptoms from the varicose veins but won't make them go away either. Depending on the size of your varicose veins, some doctors do minimally invasive surgery or sclerotherapy to get rid of them. See a vein specialist. Read more...
Vein remedies. There are no remedies that will make bulging varicose veins on the legs fade, except treatment. A number of treatments are used that are very successful and which don't require surgery but which require seeing a physician who specializes in vein treatment and who can perform an ultrasound exam of your veins. (www.Phlebology.Org). Read more...
None to fade them... There really are no home remedies for fading varicose veins away. You can, however, treat the symptoms (aching, heaviness, swelling) with compression stockings but this won't make them go away but just feel better. To get rid of your symptomatic varicose veins, you should see a vein specialist/phlebologist who may recommend endovenous ablation, phlebectomy, or sclerotherapy or a combination. Read more...
"Remedies" = See MD. To determine best option, see a vein specialist. No home remedies will work. U will first need a venous reflux ultrasound to determine options. Possible therapies include endovenous thermal ablation, sclerotherapy, phlebectomy, and incompetent vein ligations. Most options are minimally invasive & done in MD's office. Recommend a vascular surgeon consult as they are highly trained in vein disease. Read more...

I have varicose veins, only a few and I'm only 20. Some tend to bulge some when standing but when I relax my leg there is no bulging. Is this normal?

Yes, but seek help. Varicose veins can cause lots of problems and lead to swelling, restless legs, skin discoloration or worse over time. Three times as many people have vein problems as have pad. At your age you may be in for some of these troubles down the road. Support stockings are a start. See your doctor. If they feel this is a bigger problem, most vascular surgeons can help. Read more...
Normal for varices. Varicose veins are not "normal, " but if you have varicose veins, they tend to behave this way - bulging after standing and going back down when not standing. Read more...
Common not normal. If you have varicose veins, you should see a vein specialist to determine if they are serious or to treat them even if they are just cosmetic. A vein specialist can deal with your veins using a combination of techniques in the office, usually in under an hour. Miamibeachvein.Com or phlebology.Org for referrals. Read more...

Varicose veins with a ulcer how long does the leg take to heal to normal with compression bandages?

VSU. There are too many factors to give you an exact answer. For example, how large in the ulcer to begin with? Is there an infection? Are you sure that this is just a venous ulcer and not a malignancy? Do you also have arterial diease? Diabetes? Please see a clinician that can examine you and help you with this question. Read more...
Healing a leg wound. You will need to have the vein(s) that are incompetent (i) treated to heal your venous stasis ulcer. You will need a doppler study of the veins of your legs. When you find the i vein(s) underneath the wound, these will have to be treated. Compression stockings do not resolve the i veins, sclero or laser therapy of the i veins are the only things that will help you heal your leg wound. Good luck. Read more...
It varies. If your doctor gets to the root of the problem and the ulcer has been there a short time, might be weeks. If it's just bandages and the wound has been there for a long time, might be months or years or never. See a vein specialist and get a proper standing ultrasound. If your doctor does not offer chemical or endovenous ablation, go to one that does. Miamibeachvein.Com or phlebology.Org. Read more...
Multifactorial. Wounds need to be addressed in several ways. Some factors include: infection control, wound debridement, and compression therapy. Read more...
Depends. Compression alone may heal many venous ulcers but there is a high rat of reoccurrence because the underlying problem with the venous system is not treated. It is like putting a splint on a broken arm. See a venous specialist who can treat the underlying cause of the ulcer. Read more...

I have varicose veins and it has my leg swollen and in pain to the point that it hurts to walk. What do I take to help the pain?

You . You need to be seen and have an ultrasound (vascular study) on your leg to be sure you don't have a blood clot, which can be fatal. If you don't have a blood clot, you can use compression stockings and medications such as advil (ibuprofen) for the discomfort. There are procedures that can fix varicose veins. However, please be sure immediately that you don't have a clot in your leg. Read more...
Ultrasound Review. Varicose veins of the lower extremities can have various sources. With pain, swelling symptoms, one should be concerned about deep venous thrombosis. This life threatening problem 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. I recommend review. Read more...
Evaluate first. First see a phlebolgist for evaluation of the problem. It is most important to first make sure that there is no deep vein thrombosis. If the problem is due to superficial venous insufficiency there are number of treatments that are possible including ablation of the abnormal veins using a laser, radiofrequency, or sclerotherapy. In the meantime conservative treatment includes leg elevation and compression stockings. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications may be helpful. However it is very important to have an evaluation to make sure there is no underlying severe abnormality. Read more...