Why you should not delay varicose veins treatment
Can lead to permanent damage to leg veins
Clots formation in legs
Severe leg infection called cellulitis
Non Healing ulcers can form
Benefits of Varicose Veins Laser Treatment
30 Mins laser treatment
No risk of recurrence
No pain / no stitches / no scars
Resume work next day
Advantages of Varicose Veins Laser Procedure
Varicose Veins Open Surgery
Varicose Veins Laser Surgery
|Cuts and Stitches||Yes||No|
|Rest after surgery||3-4 weeks||Can resume work next day|
|Follow up after surgery||Required||No, follow up|
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What are Varicose Veins?
- Varicose Veins, also known as varicose or varicosities, are swollen and twisted veins in the legs just under the skin.
- They may be blue, purple, or red in color and are often painful. The condition is very common, especially in women. Around 25 percent of all adults have varicose veins.
- There are various varicose veins treatment options available, including some home remedies. In severe cases, a varicose vein may rupture, or develop into varicose ulcers on the skin. The severe varicose veins will require treatment.
How varicose veins cause?
- Veins contain one-way valves to ensure that the blood flows towards the heart from the legs for purification.
- If the veins or their valves are weak or damaged, the blood flow is reversed and excess blood overload increases the pressure in the veins. This excess pressure created causes widening of veins leading to varicose veins.
- The causes can be old age, obesity, pregnancy, blood clots, long-standing, sedentary lifestyle, inactivity, infection, etc.
Symptoms of Varicose Veins:
Varicose veins symptoms may vary with different stages:
Visible varicose veins that are dark purple or blue or red in color.
Veins that appear twisted and bulging; often like cords on your legs
Pain in the legs while sitting and standing, worsened after a long time
Leg feeling heavy and burning pain
Leg cramps, leg numbness
Bleeding from ruptured varicose veins
Black discoloration of skin and Itching
Ulcers and wound formation
Non Healing wounds
Infections and Cellulitis
Thrombophlebitis, blood clots formation.
Risk Factors for Developing Varicose Veins:
These factors increase your risk of developing varicose veins:
Women due to hormonal changes
Family history of varicose veins
Injury or Trauma to legs
How Varicose Veins is detected?
The Physical examination of the patient
Venous Doppler for varicose veins. Rarely CT or MR or DSA Venogram are required.
What is the grading of varicose veins?
According to the CEAP classification:
→ C0 –no visible or palpable signs of venous disease
→ C1 – telangiectasia or reticular veins
→ C2 –varicose veins.
→ C3 –edema
→ C4a –pigmentation or eczema
→ C4b –lipodermatosclerosis, atrophie Blanche
→ C5 –healed venous ulcer
→ C6 –active venous ulcer each
Clinical class is further characterized by a subscriptdDepending upon whether the patient is symptomatic (S) or asymptomatic (A) e.g. C2S.
Fortunately, treatment usually doesn’t mean a hospital stay or a long, uncomfortable recovery. Thanks to less invasive procedures, varicose veins can generally be treated on an outpatient basis.
Conservative Management like self-care, stockings, symptomatic medicines.
Minimally invasive treatment like laser treatment for varicose veins
What is the Cost Of Laser Treatment or Surgery?
The Cost of the varicose veins treatment depends on various factors like
Varicose veins stage of disease
Technique and equipment used
For best estimation – consultation by the surgeon is required.
How to prevent varicose veins?
There is no way to completely prevent varicose veins. But improving your circulation and muscle tone can reduce your risk of developing varicose veins or getting additional ones. The same measures you can take to treat the discomfort from varicose veins at home can help prevent varicose veins, including:
Watching your weight
Eating a high-fiber, low-salt diet
Avoiding high heels and tight hosiery
Elevating your legs
Changing your sitting or standing position regularly
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Does Insurance cover Varicose Veins Treatment?
Typically, most insurances cover varicose veins treatment.
2. What is the recovery time after the laser treatment?
You can start walking immediately after 2 to 3 hours.. you have to use compression stockings for 2 weeks but there won’t be any effects on your daily routine.
3. Are there any side effects of laser treatment?
Usually, there are no major side effects after the laser procedure. In fact, you can start walking 2 to 3hrs after surgery. minor bruises, mild pain can happen initially but doesn’t hamper your daily routine.
4. What is Foam Treatment/ Sclerotherapy?
Foam sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive technique to eliminate unsightly varicose veins and spider veins.
5. What is the Cost of Varicose Veins Treatment?
The cost of Varicose Veins Surgery depends upon multiple factors and ranges from Rs. 40,000 to 2,50,000.
6. What is the best treatment for varicose veins?
Larger varicose veins are generally treated with laser treatment. Smaller varicose veins and spider veins are usually treated with sclerotherapy or laser therapy on your skin.
7. Which is the best hospital for varicose veins treatment?
Citi Vascular Hospital is the best hospital for varicose veins treatment, doing the highest number of varicose veins laser treatment surgeries.
8. Who is the best doctor for varicose veins treatment?
Dr. Shaileshkumar Garge is the best doctor for varicose veins treatment in Hyderabad. He has performed the highest number of varicose veins treatment with the highest success rate.