What do I do about varicose veins?

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Varicose veins are problematic. Why? Because the twisted veins can make it appear dark blue or purple. Also, it may force the blood to flow in the wrong direction which can further be harmful.

Reports have shown that around 23 percent of people suffer from varicose veins. Yet a number of people are unaware about the varicose veins. The good news is that varicose veins can be easily treated due to cosmetic surgeries.

What are varicose veins?

Varicose veins are enlarged and swollen veins that may appear blue or dark purple in color. These are usually noticed on legs and veins. What you see on your hands may often be confused with varicose veins, but please do not do show.

Varicose veins usually appear when the valves in your heart do not function properly thereby affecting the blood flow. Varicose veins can cause a number of problems such as problems in walking, swelling and leg aches.

Usually, varicose veins do not require treatment because a healthy lifestyle makes it disappear. Yet, a number of people are tired due to varicose veins because of the appearance. Not everyone likes them to have veins becoming prominent.

You may either try home remedies to get rid of varicose veins or go for surgery and massage therapies at Clinique Anti Aging. Varicose veins can become severe after a certain point of time and will rupture. Moreover, it will also turn into ulcers. If the varicose veins have turned into ulcers, you will need to undergo severe treatment.

Treatment

Mostly, varicose veins do not show any symptoms, but if it is showing any, such as discomfort then treatment would be necessary. A patient without signs of discomfort due to varicose veins won’t need any treatment.

In certain cases, varicose veins can become extremely complex and eventually develop itself into discoloration and swelling. One of the main reasons why people want to get rid of varicose veins because they generally appear ugly.

  • Surgery

This is considered to be one of the most convenient ways to get rid of varicose veins only if they are large. The cosmetic surgeon may put you in anesthetic. Laser treatment can further be helpful for smaller veins or spider veins.

  • Sclerotherapy

In this treatment, a chemical is injected to both, small and medium-sized varicose veins. The injection may create a scar but the closure happens within a few weeks itself. However, in some cases, the veins may need to be injected more than once for faster recovery.

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