Varicose veins are dilatations of the veins, usually caused in the legs, which reveal an alteration of the venous return and which occur chronically.
Sometimes they are usually an aesthetic problem, but they can cause pain, heaviness or swelling in the legs
The treatment of varicose veins must be individual and specific.
To do this, your specialist doctor must carry out a clinical history to recognize possible risk factors and specific vascular medical history.
They are usually noticed immediately. When the medication is injected, the varicose veins disappear from the first session, provided that it is done as indicated by the specialist, in terms of quantity, frequency and location.
Follow the recommendations recommended by the specialist, the care must be consistent and the use of elastic media.
The sclerotherapy should not be used in: pregnant women, women who are breastfeeding, patients who have allergies to the substances used, patients with arterial disease, patients with advanced diabetes, and patients with infected skin at the injection site.