What is the Best Varicose Veins Treatment?

Varicose veins are tortuous and dilated veins caused by blood stasis and weak venous walls. Varicose veins can occur in various parts of the body. For example, hemorrhoids are actually a type of varicose veins. Clinically, there are esophageal and gastric fundus varicose veins, varicocele varices, and abdominal wall varicose veins. Varicose veins occur most often in the lower extremities. It is worth emphasizing that varicose veins are secondary manifestations of other lesions.

Basic Information

English name
varicose vein
Visiting department
Vascular surgery
Multiple groups
30 to 70 year old women
Common causes
Standing too long, congenital vascular factors, etc.
Common symptoms
Earthworm-like blood vessels, limb soreness, local gangrene ulcers
resulting in
1. The superficial blood vessels are varicose like earthworms, protruding prominently from the skin, and the varicose veins are lumpy or nodular;
2. Swelling in the legs, pigmentation, scaling, itching on the skin, ankles and feet
1. Obese people should lose weight. Although obesity is not the direct cause, pressing too much force on the legs may cause poor leg veins to return and make vein dilation worse.
2. People who have been engaged in heavy physical labor and long standing work for a long time should wear elastic socks to keep the superficial veins under compression.
3. Women should give special care to their legs during special periods such as menstruation and pregnancy. Get plenty of rest and massage your legs frequently to help blood circulation and avoid varicose veins.


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