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How can you get rid of varicose veins forever?

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Dr. Steven Zimmet
Aesthetic Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: You probably can't

While treatment techniques used today generally offer excellent results for most patients, it is likely that new veins will develop over time.
With periodic maintenance treatment it is often possible to keep one's legs in good shape. See a vein specialist/phlebologist. For more info, see http://www.Phlebology.Org/.

In brief: You probably can't

While treatment techniques used today generally offer excellent results for most patients, it is likely that new veins will develop over time.
With periodic maintenance treatment it is often possible to keep one's legs in good shape. See a vein specialist/phlebologist. For more info, see http://www.Phlebology.Org/.
Dr. Steven Zimmet
Dr. Steven Zimmet
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Dr. Ted King
Phlebology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: You can't

As drs. Berg and zimmett said, the best you can hope for is to take care of the vein trouble you currently have.
With enough time, the chance of getting more varicose veins is at least 80%. When more veins appear, they can always be treated. That way you can keep things under control, but never cured.

In brief: You can't

As drs. Berg and zimmett said, the best you can hope for is to take care of the vein trouble you currently have.
With enough time, the chance of getting more varicose veins is at least 80%. When more veins appear, they can always be treated. That way you can keep things under control, but never cured.
Dr. Ted King
Dr. Ted King
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Dr. Tracy Berg
Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Treatment vs cure

Varicose veins are caused by venous hypertension.
When the vein pressure rises, the secondary veins dilate into varicosities. The primary problem of venous hypertension and the varicosities can be treated, but its a progessive chronic condition. So cure or forever is not expected.

In brief: Treatment vs cure

Varicose veins are caused by venous hypertension.
When the vein pressure rises, the secondary veins dilate into varicosities. The primary problem of venous hypertension and the varicosities can be treated, but its a progessive chronic condition. So cure or forever is not expected.
Dr. Tracy Berg
Dr. Tracy Berg
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