How to fight varicose veins?

Lifelong care. As dr. Hernandez says, spider veins, varicose veins and venous disease is inherited and made worse with hormones, pregnancies, prolonged sitting and standing, heavy weight lifting, and others... Phlebology is a specialty for treating veins: www.Phlebolgy.Org minimally invasive diagnostic and treatments to get rid of each type of problem before it progresses and exercise and medical compression.
See a vein doctor. Varicose veins are usually due to malfunctioning valves is the saphenous veins. This can be diagnosed by a venous reflux ultrasound. You should see a vascular surgeon or a vein specialist. The gold standard for varicose vein treatment is to seal the leaking valves with a laser or radio frequency catheter.
Surgery. No medications help. But not all varicoceles need surgery. If you have no pain and no impairment in fertility, you likely don't need therapy.
Varicose veins. That depends on how severe the veins are & what type of symptoms or complications you are having. Mild cases can be treated with compression stockings. More severe cases may require interventional treatments such as endovenous ablation, sclerotherapy, or phlebecotomy surgery. I recommend that you see a vascular surgeon who specializes in vein treatments to make the appropriate recommendations.
Unfortunately no way. Varicose veins develop as a result of faulty valves within the veins (mostly) on your legs; it might be associated with a genetic predisposition, but it is also associated with jobs that require a lot of standing or sitting. You can help the symptoms by using compression stockings, but you should seek the advice of a vascular surgeon in dealing with these veins.