Varicose Veins During Pregnancy
It is common for women to develop varicose veins during their pregnancy. The main cause of this is due to the hormone changes in the woman's body. There are increased levels of progesterone which cause the blood vessels to relax. This problem is further increased by the enlarged womb compressing the major veins that pass through the pelvis which results in pressure in the veins of the legs. Varicose veins may disappear after pregnancy however after each subsequent pregnancy varicose veins are more likely to appear and become more visible.
Varicose Veins Treatment
Depending on the severity of the condition, initial treatment is usually a compression stocking worn when the patient is standing or walking. The stocking may relieve the symptoms and delay the progression of the condition somewhat, but does not cure the underlying problem. The definitive treatment is to stop the flow of blood back into the legs by treating the incompetent varicose vein.
While patients often try to ignore varicose veins, treatment is important to prevent visible dilated, twisted veins, aching pain, and nonhealing type of ulcers on the surface of the skin. Early treatment is highly recommended to help prevent the varicose veins from becoming very advanced.
Treatments options for varicose veins:
§ Advanced Radiofrequency Ablation Procedure
§ Laser for Varicose Vein Treatment
§ Surgery for Varicose Vein
Latest non-surgical Treatment for Varicose vein
Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is the latest and most effective, patient friendly and non-surgical treatment for varicose vein using Multipolar RFA machine. This procedure is done by interventional radiologists who are uniquely skilled in using the vascular system to deliver targeted treatments throughout the body without surgery
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