What cause varicose veins?
Varicose veins are enlarged, swollen, and twisting veins, appearing under skin in the legs. These may cause complications.
What are the risk factors that cause varicose veins?
- Increased age
- Sex hormones
- taking birth control pills
- Standing or sitting for a long time
- History of family members
How to treat varicose veins
1. Laser treatment (Nd YAG)
which is very popular in Europe and America. The best technology nowadays is suitable for small varicose veins. The laser will pass through the upper surface to the area to the varicose veins precisely, causing the blood vessels to become hot and destroyed. With the cooling gas, the pain is reduced by adding coolness to the upper skin. The treatment does not damage the skin and can cure varicose veins safely, quickly and most efficiently, without scar. After the treatment some varicose veins will fade away immediately, or some may take 2-3 days to disappear.
Sclerotherapy causes varicose veins to collapse and eventually fade away by injecting a solution directly into the vein. It is recommended for 2-3 mm vein. After treatment, you may experience minor side effects, such as itching, red areas at the injection site and bruising.
This surgical procedure is recommended for large and long varicose veins. Even if this procedure is safe and low-risk, there’re always side effect associated with surgeries. These include bleeding and inflammation at incision sites