Superficial thrombophlebitis in 2 varicose veins. Doc gave thrombophob gel, gel doesn't seem to help with pain? Also drink paroven, what does this do?

See Vein Specialist. Thrombophlebitis is a complication of having varicose veins there is evidence that this can be a recurring problem. A topical gel is just that-topical treatment. Paroven is essentially a homeopathic herb without any proven results. You should see a vein specialist for a full venous evaluation with duplex ultrasound and possible even a coagulation workup.
Appropriate Rx. This appears to be a conservative treatment course but the primary concern is why you developed the svt. Is it due to underlying dvt? Chronic venous insufficiency? Clotting disorder? Make sure that the cause has been evaluated to prevent future recurrences. In the meantime lower extremity compression stockings are likely your best long term preventative treatment. Surgery may be indicated after us.