What Are the Options to Get Rid of the Varicose Veins?
The best news about varicose veins is that there indeed are several treatment options.
First: a mild case of the disease rarely would require a specialist’s care. You can find relief with varicose veins treatment like DAFLON 500 mg. It provides significant relief from all disabling symptoms, such as pain, heavy legs, cramps, and sensation of swelling. Moreover, DAFLON 500 mg (available without prescription!) also significantly improves clinical signs, such as leg edema, skin disorders, and venous leg ulcer.
There are two alternative (non-surgical) procedures for treating varicose veins: sclerotheraby and endovenous laser ablation.
Sclerotherapy: a commonly performed non-surgical varicose veins treatment in which medicine is injected into the veins to make them shrink. Sclerotherapy has been used in the treatment of varicose veins for over 150 years.It is often used for varicose veins that persist or recur after vein stripping.
Endovenous Laser Ablation (ELA) is procedure requiring specialized training for doctors and expensive equipment (unlike the most popular varicose veins treatment – DAFLON 500 mg). ELA is performed as an outpatient procedure and does not require the use of an operating theatre, nor does the patient need a general anaesthetic. Doctors use high frequency ultrasound to visualize the problem area and then to seal the affected veins with a laser. Once sealed, it can no longer cause pressure to lower veins, which causes varicose veins. The sealed vein is absorbed by the body, without negatively affecting the blood circulation.
So it is basically up to you how to proceed depending on the health, financial and subjective aspects you are facing. Any of the procedures, treatments and medicine have their own advantages and disadvantages, plus there are quite a number of surgical options (which we will update you later on).