Varicose veins are large, swollen veins that always appear on the legs and feet. They happen when the valves within the veins don't work properly, so the blood does not flow effectively.
The veins rarely need treatment for health reasons, but if swelling, aching, and painful legs result, and if there is enough discomfort, treatment is available.
There are various options, Like: Surgery and including some home remedies.
In several cases, a varicose vein may rupture, or develop or grows into varicose ulcers on the skin. These will require treatment.
Varicose veins are very common. Mostly at risk in Older age, female have obesity, don't exercise, or have a family history of varicose veins. Varicose can also be more common in pregnancy.
Endovenous laser treatment: Endovenous laser treatment can treat larger varicose veins within the legs. A laser fiber is passed into a thin tube (catheter) into the vein. While doing this, the doctor see the vein on a duplex ultrasound screen. Laser treatment is less painful than vein ligation and stripping, and it's a shorter recovery time. Only local anesthesia or a light sedative is required for laser treatment. For ligation and stripping, general anesthesia is used to put down you to sleep.
You will be motivate to walk right after the procedure, for about 30 to 60 minutes.
The injures should go away in about 2 weeks.
After you going at home, be sure to follow some instructions from your provider.
At Home :
*Take over-the-counter pain medicine as required, and as long as advised by your healthcare provider.
*Ask your healthcare provider when it'll be safe to take blood thinning medicine again, if you stopped taking it for the surgery, Your healthcare provider may want to give you an exam at a follow-up visit.