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    What is Varicose Veins?

    Varicose veins are twisted and swollen veins. Varicose veins can appear everywhere on the body, but the legs are the most prevalent site. Varicose veins aren't considered a serious medical issue. However, they can be inconvenient and lead to more significant issues. They may also make people feel uncomfortable or humiliated since they are so obvious.

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        Varicose Veins - Condition

        Varicose veins are twisted and bulging veins. Varicose veins can form near the surface of the skin. The veins in the legs are most usually affected by varicose veins because standing and walking increase the pressure in the veins of the lower body.

        Many people suffer from varicose veins and spider veins, which are a smaller variation of varicose veins. In certain people, varicose veins can cause excruciating pain and agony. Varicose veins can sometimes lead to more serious issues. Self-care techniques or procedures performed by a health care provider to shut or eliminate veins may be used in treatment.

        Varicose Veins - Symptoms

        Varicose veins may not be painful. People with varicose veins can have the following symptoms:

        • Veins of a dark purple or blue color
        • On the legs, veins seem twisted and bulging

        Varicose veins may not be painful. People with varicose veins can have the following symptoms:

        • Lower leg-burning, throbbing, muscle cramps, and swelling
        • Pain that becomes severe after sitting or standing for long.
        • Itching in the area of veins.
        • Varicose veins cause changes in skin pigmentation.

        Varicose veins are comparable to spider veins, except spider veins are smaller. Spider veins are red or blue veins that run near the surface of the skin. They come in a variety of sizes and mimic a spider's web in appearance.

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        Taca Healthcare offers Treatment of Varicose veins at very affordable rate. We also provide insurance paperwork support. TaCa Healthcare is working on a Mission to make Varicose veins treatment affordable in India.

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        Depending upon your insurance provider Varicose veins treatment is covered up to 100%. TaCa Healthcare ensures Hassle free treatment experience that too at very low cost.

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        Varicose veins procedure takes a maximum of 30 minutes to complete. Varicose veins is a daycare procedure wherein patient can get discharged and go home early.

        Varicose Veins - Surgical Procedures

        Surgery - If the varicose veins are severe, they may need to be surgically removed. General anesthesia is frequently used for this procedure. After the surgery, the patient can leave on the same day. If surgery is required on both legs, they may need to stay in the hospital for one night. Smaller veins and spider veins are frequently treated using laser treatments. Powerful bursts of light illuminate the vein, which fades and diminish over time.

        Sclerotherapy - A chemical is injected by a doctor into small and medium-sized varicose veins, scarring and closing them. They should diminish within a few weeks. It's possible that a vein will need to be injected multiple times.

        Radiofrequency Ablation - With the use of an ultrasound scan, a doctor creates a small incision either above or below the knee. Next insert a thin tube, known as a catheter, into the vein. The doctor then inserts a probe that emits radio-frequency energy into the catheter. The radio-frequency energy warms the vein, causing its walls to collapse and seal it shut. This operation is recommended for larger varicose veins.

        Recovery & Post Operation Take Care

        Maintain an elevated position for your legs to aid healing and allow your vasculature to restore blood flow. After vein surgery, most people just need two weeks off. If your job includes a lot of sitting or standing, for example, driving trucks, you may need to take 4-6 weeks off to recuperate fully.

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          All You Want To Know About Varicose Veins

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          Diagnostic procedures for varicose veins may include: In addition to a comprehensive medical history and physical assessment, diagnostic treatments for varicose veins may include Duplex ultrasound which is a type of vascular ultrasonography that is used to examine blood flow and the structure of the veins in the legs. The term "duplex" refers to the employment of two different forms of ultrasonography.

          If self-care techniques haven't worked and you're worried about how your veins look and feel, consult your doctor.

          • Move your body
          • Eat Fibre
          • Compression stockings for varicose veins
          • Say no to tight-fitting clothes
          • Maintain a healthy weight

          • Ulcers - Near varicose veins, particularly near the ankles, painful ulcers can occur on the skin.
          • Clots in the blood - Veins deep within the legs can occasionally expand, causing leg pain and edema. Consult a doctor if you have persistent leg pain or swelling, as this could be a sign of a blood clot.
          • Bleeding - Veins close to the skin have a tendency to burst. Although minimal bleeding is frequently the result, it necessitates medical treatment.

          Larger varicose veins are treated by litigation and stripping, laser treatment, or radiofrequency treatment. In some cases, a combination of treatments may be the most beneficial. Smaller varicose veins and spider veins are treated with sclerotherapy, or laser therapy on the skin.

          On average, a single treatment eliminates 95 percent to 100 percent of varicose vein disorders. Patients may choose injections for purely cosmetic reasons, such as to conceal little blue, red, or green veins that may emerge 2 to 3 months following a laser or phlebectomy procedure.

          Leg pain is frequently caused by varicose veins. Heaviness or a profound soreness are common descriptions of the pain. Varicose veins cause varying degrees of discomfort, and some people experience severe symptoms.

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