Are you worried about varicose veins on you body? Here is a solutions. - Letsdiskuss
LetsDiskuss Logo
Ask Question


Posted 14 Aug, 2019 |

Are you worried about varicose veins on you body? Here is a solutions.

ethics client

professional | Posted 21 Aug, 2019

Homeopathy clinics in coimbatore prepared medicines using the natural things such as plants roots, leaves. They mix different plant spices together to form the good composition which never give any side effects rather than best cure for diseases. 

Asad Shamma

@Asad | Posted 14 Aug, 2019

A varicose vein is a bulging, protruding and rope-like vein that develops due to blood flowing the wrong way in the vein. Properly functioning valves inside the veins ensure that blood cannot flow backwards, but reflux is caused when there’s a faulty valve, weak vein wall, or a combination of both.
Other than their unsightly appearance, varicose veins often cause pain, discomfort, itching and a burning sensation. Patients complain that their legs feel heavy and swollen, particularly towards the end of the day and during fluid-retention days of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Others with varicose veins complain of a tired feeling in their legs, which might also feel achy, restless and suffer from night cramps.
Patients with varicose veins are prone to phlebitis, blood clots and DVT (deep vein thrombosis) due to the poor movement of blood in their veins. Longstanding varicose veins result in a medical condition called chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). The hallmark of CVI is increased pressure in the leg veins. Left untreated for long periods this can cause changes in the skin, especially around the ankles and lower calf. The skin becomes leathery, hard, dark in colour and is prone to ulcerations.

Causes of varicose veins
Untreated varicose veins increase in number and size over the years. Lifestyle factors that worsen the varicose veins condition include: prolonged standing, a sedentary lifestyle, and obesity. In pregnancy, squeezing of the pelvic veins by the enlarged uterus, the hormonal changes and the mere effect of added weight combine to significantly worsen varicose vein problems in genetically predisposed women.

What We Can Do For You
Patients with varicose veins should undergo an evaluation to determine the underlying cause. The non-invasive evaluation usually consists of an in-office venous duplex ultrasonography (an ultrasound of the legs). The exam allows our vascular surgeon to determine which veins are affected by reflux.
Your surgeon at the varicose veins clinic will assign a classification level for your varicose veins condition – 1 being the mildest and 6 being the most severe.

For more details contact (+971) 4 349 8800
Or write to us at