For many people, there are no symptoms and varicose veins are simply a cosmetic problem. In some cases, they cause severe pain and discomfort or indicate an underlying circulatory problem. The main symptoms of varicose veins are deformed and highly visible veins, usually in the legs. You may also feel pain, swelling, heaviness, and pain on or around your dilated veins.
You may also have a higher risk of developing varicose veins if you are older, sit or stand for long periods of time, lead an inactive lifestyle, or have a family history of varicose veins or deep vein thrombosis, a type of venous thromboembolism. Your doctor may recommend compression therapy as a treatment alone or after a procedure to remove or close varicose veins. Varicose veins, also known as varicose veins or varicose veins, occur when the veins enlarge, dilate, and overfill with blood. During the procedure, the surgeon makes cuts in the skin, cuts the varicose vein and removes it through the incisions.
For many people, varicose veins and spider veins, a mild and common variation of varicose veins, are simply a cosmetic problem. However, with severe varicose veins, there is a small chance of blood clots forming in deep veins. Spider veins, a milder type of varicose veins, are smaller than varicose veins and often look like a ray of sunshine or a cobweb. Your doctor will likely examine your legs and visible veins while you're sitting or standing to diagnose varicose veins.
If you have mild to moderate varicose veins, elevating your legs can help reduce leg swelling and alleviate other symptoms. In some cases, varicose veins can cause leg ulcers or sores, blood clots, or chronic inflammation. This plant-based medication may help with some symptoms and complications of varicose veins, such as swelling, ulcers, and changes in the skin and tissues of the legs. Varicose veins can be caused by the weakening of the valves (incompetent valves) within the veins that allow blood to pool in the veins instead of traveling to the heart.
After undergoing a procedure to remove or close your varicose veins, your doctor will likely recommend that you wear compression stockings for at least a week. If you're pregnant, your doctor may recommend compression therapy and pain medications to relieve symptoms of varicose veins, such as pain or heaviness in your legs. Depending on the severity of your symptoms and your varicose veins, your doctor may recommend a combination of treatments or no treatment at all. Your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes to help ease your symptoms or prevent your varicose veins from getting worse.