|Statement||D.R. Harper ... [et al.].|
|Series||CRAG occasional paper -- no.46|
|Contributions||Harper, D. R., Clinical Resource and Audit Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
Varicose Veins Secrets were aimed at both prevention and cure. It laid down the causes that contribute to the existence and prominence of varicose veins, while giving solutions on how to avoid and it. It also gave remedies that were practical enough for me to do and avail of, as the kind of person who sticks to an insanely tight budget. A mild case of varicose veins does not usually require a doctor's care. You can find relief from the discomfort of varicose veins with basic at-home treatment and various alternative remedies. Symptoms becomes incapacitating, or the skin over your varicose veins becomes flaky, ulcerated, discolored, or prone to bleeding -- you could be developing stasis dermatitis. If left untreated. Varicose veins, also known as varicoses or varicosities, occur when your veins become enlarged, dilated, and overfilled with blood. Varicose veins typically appear swollen and .
Varicose veins can make your legs feel heavy and your skin tight or itchy. The symptoms usually get worse towards the end of the day, especially after sitting or standing for longer periods of time. Varicose veins sometimes cause pain or cramps in the calf muscles at night too. Warm weather usually makes the symptoms worse. If your varicose veins are unattended, it can give rise to several complications. Blood clots may occur in the superficial veins just under the surface of the skin, further leading to thrombophlebitis or deep vein thrombosis. Ulcers, is yet another complication common to varicose veins. The ulcers occur on the skin over the veins and may be very painful. About Varicose Veins: Varicose veins are swollen, enlarged veins that bulge past the skin surface. They are usually purplish or bluish in color, and mostly appear on the backs of the legs or calves. Drugs Used to Treat Varicose Veins. The following list of medications are in some way related to, or used in the treatment of this condition. The causes of varicose veins may be primary, secondary, or. congenital. Primary varicose veins develop as a result of an inherent weakness in the wall of the vein. Varicose veins can have a hereditary factor and often occur in several members of the same family. Varicose veins that develop after trauma or deep vein thrombosis are of secondary.
Removal of varicose veins is a lengthy procedure, so the person is usually given a general anesthetic. This procedure relieves the symptoms and prevents complications, but it leaves scars. The more extensive the procedure, the longer the time before new varicose veins develop. Who gets varicose veins? 50% of both men and women over the age of 50 suffer with varicose veins. Women seek help more often than men. More than 40 million people in the U.S. have varicose veins. Studies show that about 50% of patients have a family member who suffers from varicose veins. Symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency. Heaviness in. Varicose veins are superficial veins that have become enlarged and twisted. Typically they occur just under the skin in the legs. Usually they result in few symptoms but some may experience fullness or pain in the area. Complications may include bleeding or superficial thrombophlebitis. When varices occur in the scrotum it is known as a varicocele while those around the anus are known as. Causes of Varicose Veins. Varicose Veins: This image shows a normal vein with a working valve and normal blood flow. Figure B shows a varicose vein with a deformed valve, abnormal blood flow, and thin, stretched walls. The middle image shows where varicose veins might appear in .