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Treatment for itching from vaginal varicose veins?

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Confirm diagnosis

Vulvar varicosities are quite rare typically occurring in the 2nd and 3rd trimester of pregnancy.
When the do occur they usually resolve 6-8 weeks post partum. If you are experiencing them outside of pregnancy then an evaluation is warranted to confirm the diagnosis.

In brief: Confirm diagnosis

Vulvar varicosities are quite rare typically occurring in the 2nd and 3rd trimester of pregnancy.
When the do occur they usually resolve 6-8 weeks post partum. If you are experiencing them outside of pregnancy then an evaluation is warranted to confirm the diagnosis.
Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Dr. John Landi
Phlebology

In brief: Vaginal V V

Vaginal varicose veins are relatively common and can be treated by sclerotherapy.
Vaginal itching may or may not be due to the varicose veins. Itching is not a common symptom of vulva veins. You should first see your OB/GYN so see if there is another reason for the itching and, if not, then the veins can be injected.

In brief: Vaginal V V

Vaginal varicose veins are relatively common and can be treated by sclerotherapy.
Vaginal itching may or may not be due to the varicose veins. Itching is not a common symptom of vulva veins. You should first see your OB/GYN so see if there is another reason for the itching and, if not, then the veins can be injected.
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