Treatment for Varicose Veins started in time can help you get cured of Varicose Veins without surgery. Welling Clinic offers custom-made homeopathy medicines for Varicose Veins to cure permanently. The treatment for Varicose Veins has been developed after exhaustive in-house research and studies. Meet our specialists to know if you too can be cured of Varicose Veins with our tailor-made Homeopathy treatment of Varicose Veins.
- 1 Why Welling Homeopathy Medicines for Varicose Veins
- 2 What Are Varicose Veins?
- 3 Signs and Symptoms of Varicose Veins
- 4 When to Consult for Varicose Veins
- 5 Home Remedies for Varicose Veins
- 6 Varicose Veins Stages
- 7 Treatment for Varicose Veins
- 8 Varicose Veins Surgery
- 9 Varicose Veins Surgery Types
- 10 Traditional Varicose Veins Surgery: Stripping and Ligation
- 11 Microphlebectomy
- 12 Varicose Veins Surgery Risks, Side effects
- 13 Varicose Veins Surgery Results
- 14 Homeopathy Treatment for Varicose Veins
Why Welling Homeopathy Medicines for Varicose Veins
- Custom-made Homeopathy medicines for Varicose Veins are proven to work in our patients from 108 countries,
- The homeopathy treatment for Varicose Veins can help you cure Varicose Veins completely without surgery or hospital visits,
- Once the treatment of Varicose Veins is complete, the are no complications of Varicose Veins,
- You get faster relief from Varicose Veins due to our newly researched homeopathy medicines at Welling Research Labs.
Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or to consult and order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customised Homeopathy medicines for Varicose Veins.
What Are Varicose Veins?
Varicose veins are enlarged, bulgy veins that you can clearly see above the surface of the skin. They’re found most commonly in the legs, but not always.
Varicose veins aren’t always just directly under the skin–they often occur deeper underneath the skin’s surface where you can’t easily see them. This is where vein disease can lay hidden, worsening over time, so it’s important for vascular specialists to get underneath the surface to treat the underlying cause.
Varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins. Any superficial vein may become varicosed, but the veins most commonly affected are those in your legs. That’s because standing and walking upright increases the pressure in the veins of your lower body.
For many people, varicose veins and spider veins — a common, mild variation of varicose veins — are simply a cosmetic concern. For other people, varicose veins can cause aching pain and discomfort. Sometimes varicose veins lead to more serious problems.
Signs and Symptoms of Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are relatively easy to identify and can be a cosmetic nuisance for many people. They protrude or bulge from under the skin and feel ropey. The legs often ache and feel heavy and itchy. Symptoms can intensify after a long day of standing on the feet. A person may have severe pain upon standing or even have cramps in the legs at night. Varicose veins can be more prominent or first appear during menstruation or pregnancy, and they may be more bothersome during these times.
Some people may have no symptoms of vericose veins at all. Primarily, they are only a cosmetic problem. Varicose veins are prone to developing superficial thrombophlebitis, which is a blood clot along with inflammation of a segment of vein. Blood clots in the superficial veins are easy to detect and troublesome but are usually harmless.
A person may feel an area of tenderness and pain in the varicose vein, along with redness and swelling. The area may also feel hard or firm.
Sometimes such areas can represent infection within the vein, so it is a good idea to visit a health care professional if a person develops any of these symptoms.
This condition is not to be confused with a deep vein thrombophlebitis (DVT), which is a blood clot in a deep vein. Deep vein thrombophlebitis (DVT) is more serious because of the clot’s potential to travel toward the heart and lodge in the lung (pulmonary embolism). This condition requires emergent admission to the hospital for treatment with blood-thinning medications.
When to Consult for Varicose Veins
If a person has varicose veins and has any of these symptoms and signs, see a health care professional.
Inflammation, discoloration, or ulceration of the skin, or swelling of the calf or leg is more typical of problems related to the deeper veins, especially a blood clot. Unexplained pain or swelling in a leg particularly suggests a blood clot. Varicose veins by themselves do not usually cause a leg to swell.
Varicose veins alone are relatively harmless, but every now and then they can cause minor problems. If the skin overlying the vein is thin or irritated, minor trauma from a bump or even shaving can tear the vein and cause bleeding.
In this case, elevating the leg and applying pressure for several minutes should be enough to stop the bleeding. If it does not, the patient may need to visit a hospital emergency department. If, at any time, the patient feels chest pain or has trouble breathing, this may indicate the presence of a blood clot in the blood vessels of the heart or lungs. The patient should go to a hospital emergency department immediately.
Having varicose veins does not necessarily mean the person will eventually have a blood clot or that a blood clot somehow caused them. In rare instances, however, a clot increases pressure in the veins by blocking blood flow. This elevated pressure will cause backward flow of blood through weakened valves, creating varicose veins. For this reason, the patient should see a health care professional if the leg is swollen or if the patient experiences worsening pain in the leg, or if he or she suddenly develops varicose veins and does not have any of the common risk factors such as pregnancy.
Home Remedies for Varicose Veins
Treatments are available for varicose veins. Many of them are simple things a person can begin immediately, for example:
- Elevate the legs as much as possible. If possible, take half-hour breaks during the day to rest. It is important to raise the legs up above the level of the heart to get the maximum effect, and to do this for about a half-hour each time.
- Wear compression stockings (such as TED Hose or Jobst stockings). The key is to put them on in the morning before walking around and before the veins become more swollen. If you try them and experience worsening pain, especially after walking, remove them and see a health care professional. You may have problems with the blood supply to the legs (the arterial supply, which provides oxygen).
- If you are overweight, try to lose weight. Eat a healthy diet high in fiber, low in fat, and low in salt.
- Avoid alcohol, which can cause the veins in the legs to dilate.
- See a health care professional if you have health problems such as chronic constipation, urinary retention, or chronic cough. Relieving conditions that are causes of straining may help with the varicose veins.
- Avoid wearing tight clothing such as girdles or belts.
- Do not cross your legs when sitting.
- Walking is good exercise, and It can help the muscles force the blood out of the deeper vein system.
- If you are driving on a trip, traveling by air for a long period of time, or working at a desk all day, try to get up and walk around every hour or so to allow the muscles to pump the blood out of the veins.
Varicose Veins Stages
Almost everyone has varicose veins in their legs at some point in their lives. The good news is that varicose veins are usually just a nuisance and don’t cause any other problems. There are three stages of varicose veins, and it can be hard to tell the difference between them.
Stage one: The first stage of varicose veins is a common thread that runs through the skin under your foot or behind your knee cap. It may feel tender to the touch.
Stage two: The second stage of varicose veins often begins as little bulges where the thread-like vein grows larger. This stage also feels tender to the touch and it’s common to have swelling on either side of the leg where the vein bulges.
Stage three: The third and most serious stage of varicose veins is when the bulge becomes a large lump under the skin. At this point, there may also be a blue or purple vein on your leg that curves over your calf muscle toward your knee.
Treatment for Varicose Veins
Homeopathic treatment for Varicose Veins offers a very gentle and subtle way to cure varicose veins from its roots. The advanced stages too may very well be prevented with homeopathic medicines.
Homeopathy, specifically, will offer an individualized approach for varicose vein treatment. The accompanying are different homeopathic cures that a homeopath may suggest. For intense side effects of aggravation or pain, take the most appropriate cure a few times day by day. For endless vein issues, you may need to utilize the solution for up to a month, while taking a break for a week or so for a reassessment of the seriousness of the issue.
The medicines are very easy to administer and are totally patient-friendly. Homeopathic treatment for varicose veins has no side effects and focuses on the underlying cause of the disease. It takes care of the disease and its symptoms without any compromise on the other systems of the body.
Homeopathy also helps significantly in cases which have varicose ulcers. Homeopathic treatment is strongly recommended for all cases of varicose veins except for those which are truly surgical in nature.
Call 80 80 850 950 to meet our specialist for a complete cure from varicose veins.
Sclerotherapy involves injecting a chemical inside the vein that obliterates it and causes it to scar. Sclerotherapy is not completely successful in alleviating symptoms and preventing formation of more varicose veins. Complications associated with sclerotherapy include allergic reactions to the chemical used, stinging or burning at the various injection sites, inflammation, skin ulcerations, and permanent discoloration of the skin. Bandages often remain in place for as long as three weeks. Wearing compression stockings is usually recommended after sclerotherapy. Doctors who perform this procedure must have specialized training and experience in order to avoid complications.
Lasers are used as a treatment for varicose veins, but are frequently used in the treatment of smaller veins, medically referred to as telangiectasias. These veins are small, measuring only up to 1 millimeter in diameter, and represent dilated capillaries. Using lasers to treat these smaller vessels can cause changes in the color or texture of the skin. Multiple treatments are often required. The technique is less helpful in the treatment of larger varicosities.
If a person has superficial thrombophlebitis, a health care professional will usually recommend warm compresses and pain medication. Additional treatment depends on whether the physician thinks the patient may have an infection.
Varicose Veins Surgery
Varicose veins, those bulging blue ropes on the legs that can make you feel like your ankles are being pulled up to your ears, affect about 25% of all pregnant women
What’s more alarming is that they come back in a whopping 80% of postpartum mothers. It’s no wonder that varicose veins have been called “a woman’s silent health problem.” But even if you’re not pregnant or nursing, there are many other reasons why varicose veins might become a concern for you. Varicose veins can be caused by injury and prolonged standing or sitting, pregnancy-related hormone changes causing increased blood flow to the pelvic region (which causes swelling and vein distention), heredity (having family members with varicose veins), obesity, and lifting heavy objects.
It’s important to know that these are all vascular problems, which means they have the power to grow progressively worse over time. Not only can varicose veins turn into a serious health concern (they could be associated with blood clots), but those bulging blue ropes aren’t exactly attractive. Fortunately, there are some great treatments available!
Surgery is always the last resort when it comes to varicose veins. If you have mild cases and conservative treatments (e.g., compression stockings) that haven’t been effective for you, it’s time to consider your options-fast surgery, traditional surgery, or laser surgery.
Varicose Veins Surgery Types
The aim of both traditional varicose veins surgery and laser surgery is to remove a diseased vein from being in contact with healthy blood vessels and tissue. Let’s explore what you need to know about each procedure.
Traditional Varicose Veins Surgery: Stripping and Ligation
This type of surgery is used when there are multiple veins that need to be removed. During the surgery, which takes about an hour, one of two procedures can be performed: stripping and ligation (or removal).
The aim during this procedure is to remove a damaged vein from being in contact with healthy blood vessels. There are two types of veins that can be removed: truncal (the main vein found in the calf) and perforator (a smaller branch of the truncal vein).
During this procedure, a small section of healthy tissue is tied off at one end; the other end is tied off around the varicose vein. Whendone, the vein and the ligated section of healthy tissue are removed.
The traditional procedure is done under local anesthesia; patients can often go home the same day. However, varicose veins could return to their preoperative location in about 20% of cases. Traditional surgery can also cause side effects like swelling, bruising, pain, and cramping.
Laser surgery: ablation and microphlebectomy
There are two types of lasers used in laser varicose veins surgery, the Nd:YAG (neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet) and the CO2 (carbon dioxide). During this procedure, which takes about an hour, the diseased veins are either destroyed by heat (ablation) or removed via micro phlebectomy.
During this procedure, the laser makes contact with a vein and emits energy to destroy it. Although there is no cutting involved, traditional surgery might be needed if nearby smaller veins haven’t been affected enough for removal.
This is where a laser makes a small nick in the skin and microsurgical tools are used to remove the varicose vein. The benefits of this procedure include less pain, swelling, bleeding, and bruising than traditional surgery; it’s also more effective at preventing recurrence. Microphlebectomy might also be combined with ablation to remove multiple veins.
It’s important to note that this surgery is done under local anesthesia; the recovery time might include up to one week of downtime, depending on the severity of your case. Side effects can include small blisters and burns around the area if not all diseased veins are destroyed; post-treatment pain might also occur.
Varicose Veins Surgery Risks, Side effects
Both traditional surgery and laser surgery can potentially cause pain, bruising, bleeding, infection, reaction to anesthesia , wound healing problems , blood clots ( DVT ), and nerve injury . The latter is more likely if the procedure is done under local anesthesia. In addition, it might take a few months after treatment for varicose veins to completely disappear.
Varicose Veins Surgery Results
Make sure to talk to your doctor about what you can expect in terms of results from the different treatments options available, particularly if you have multiple veins removed. This way, you’re better prepared for each step of your recovery.At the end of this article, there is a quiz to review what you have learned about varicose veins surgery.
Homeopathy Treatment for Varicose Veins
Varicose veins can be treated completely with our custom-made Homeopathy medicines. The Homeopathy medicines for Varicose veins are safe, side-effects-free and can prevent further complications of varicose veins. The treatment can help you avoid surgery for varicose veins by naturally reducing the bulging veins and normalising the blood flow.
Call +91 8080 850 950 to meet our specialists at Welling chain of homeopathy clinics to know more about our speciality Homeopathy treatment for varicose veins.