Varicose veins are very common among people who are always on their feet. This is also a common condition among obese people and pregnant women. In some cases, varicose veins can cause mild to severe pain. When this happens, it is important to consult a doctor for the best option for varicose vein removal. One of the most common treatments for varicose vein removal is known as sclerotherapy.
Sclerotherapy for varicose vein removal
First, you must have a consultation session with your physician. You should do this to make sure that that you can undergo the procedure. Afterwards, you can schedule an appointment for the sclerotherapy. During the procedure, a saline solution will be injected using a small needle on the affected area. You may feel a small amount of pain, especially when larger veins are being injected. The entire procedure can last up to half an hour, depending on the severity of your condition. After this varicose vein removal, patients are encouraged to walk around for a while. However, doing strenuous activities that can stress the veins are prohibited.
There may be some side effects that come with this type of varicose vein removal. Some of these include:
- itching on the injected area
- brownish or reddish spots
The side effects can last from a few days up to a few months.
After having the procedure, do not exert too much effort when moving but also make it a point to walk around for half an hour daily varikosette. Taking care of yourself after a varicose vein removal is just as important.
Cost of home vein treatment
The cost of home vein treatment is not that much, compared to surgery the DIY remedies are amazing value for money. Legs are one of those areas we are happy to show off so having them look good is a “must” for some folk, this is some people will go to any lengths to treat spider veins and lumpy legs.
Although you can seek laser treatment please be aware that there are always new treatments being made available, these can be non-surgical and also low cost.