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Aesthetic Phlebology: How to Get Rid of Varicose Veins.

Varicose veins of the lower extremities is one of the most common diseases, not only in Poland but also around the world. They are called "civilization disease". This disease affects women five times more frequently than men. The reason for this is the negative influence of female hormones on vascular muscle cells. Even women often wear high heels and tight clothing, which is not without significance for the health of the blood vessels

 

The following factors are responsible for the development of primary varicose veins:

 

  • Family burden (especially maternal)
  • Persistent constipation
  • Smoke
  • Pregnancy
  • Hormonal contraceptives
  • Diet
  • Lifestyle
  • Work (sitting or standing)
  • HRT (hormone replacement therapy)

 

"If the varicose veins have already formed, this process can not be completely stopped. You can even remove them. We can not cope with this problem ourselves. The basis of the modern treatment of varicose veins is the correct diagnosis of the severity of the disease and use of the most invasive and effective treatment method. The most important investigation in the diagnosis of venous diseases, except the physical, is the Doppler ultrasound examination." source: deshemorroides.info

 

Treatment methods of varicose veins

Varicose veins surgically - This surgery will be suitable for you if you

 

  • Which have swelling and leg pain, persistent painful sensation of the legs
  • Under recurring inflammation of varicose veins
  • Have noticed the complications of venous disease in the form of ulcers
  • Variceal bleeding
  • The varicose veins have spread in spite of conservative treatment
  • If you have any of these symptoms, seek medical advice immediately.

 

Contraindications

The surgical treatment of the varicose veins is not recommended among the patients suffering from purpura, thrombosis, cancer, acute viral infections and also in patients with HIV, autoimmune disease and extremity ischemia. This type of intervention is also not qualified for people who take immunosuppressants and anticoagulation, who also suffer from blood clotting disorders and women who are pregnant or still breastfeeding. The surgery is also not performed in patients with overweight or skin ulcers and injuries because of a great risk of complications.

 

The course of the operative treatment of varicose veins Depending on the extent of the procedure, the procedure may consist of the complete or partial removal of one of the superficial veins, ligation of the veins or the removal or obliteration of the individual varicose veins. As a rule, the patient is not able to undergo varicose vein surgery for a period of approximately 7 days.

 

Notes after the treatment, after the treatment one should:

 

  • For 2-3 weeks, compression stockings should be worn
  • Prescription drugs
  • Avoid physical exertion
  • Avoid long sitting or standing for 2 weeks
  • Miniplebectomy Verada

 

Minifphlebectomy Verada is one of the techniques of the removal of varicose veins with the help of the special, non traumatological chrirugic special instruments.

 

  • Reticular varicose veins
  • Trunk varicose veins
  • Contraindications

 

This treatment of the varicose veins is not recommended among the patients suffering from cancer, acute viral infections and also in the patients with HIV, autoimmune disease and extremity ischemia. This type of intervention is also not qualified for people who take immunosuppressants and anticoagulation, who also suffer from blood clotting disorders and women who are pregnant or still breastfeeding.

 

Course of treatment

 

The physician takes the small cut (1-2 mm) on the skin. The enlarged lateral branches are pulled out of these very small cuts with a "crochet hook". The cuts are made with Steri Strip strips or threads. After the miniphlebectomy, no scars remain on the skin. Depending on the severity of the disease, it is possible that this procedure must be repeated. The patient can return to his normal activity shortly after the procedure.

 

Instructions for the procedure

 

Right after the treatment, a 30 minute walk is recommended You should use the stockings After the treatment the movement is recommended. One should avoid long sitting and the sun for 4 weeks.

 

Sclerotherapy

 

Sclerotherapy is one of the non-invasive treatment of varicose veins and consists of injecting a liquid or foamy substance into the varicose veins that scorches and scarifies them.

 

  • Varicose veins of the lower extremities
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Besenreiser on different body parts
  • Contraindications

 

This treatment of the varicose veins is not recommended among patients who suffer from cancer, acute viral infections and also in patients with HIV, autoimmune disease and extremity ischemia. This type of intervention is also not qualified for people who take immunosuppressants and anticoagulation, who also suffer from blood clotting disorders and women who are pregnant or still breastfeeding.

 

Course of treatment

 

In contrast to other treatments of varicose veins, this treatment is painless and no anesthetic and painkillers are needed. Depending on the number and size of the burs to be treated, the therapy is carried out in more than one session. The treatment precedes Doppler ultrasound examination. On the basis of the findings, the doctor determines the sequence and the application site. Usually the patient can return to his daily activity shortly after treatment.

 

Notes after treatment

 

The instructions after the treatment are individually adapted to the needs of each patient. Among other things, which carry compression stockings, avoid the sun for 4 weeks, avoid long sitting, with hemorrhoids it is recommended to keep a easily digestible diet.

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