According to the National Library of Medicine, “Varicose veins are swollen, twisted, and sometimes painful veins that have filled with an abnormal collection of blood.” Not only can varicose veins be painful, they can also be unsightly and make you feel uncomfortable when enjoying a day out at the beach. Varicose vein symptoms include Heaviness, burning, aching, tiredness, or pain in your legs. Symptoms may be aggravated by standing or sitting for a long time. Some individuals may experience feet and ankle swelling as well.
There are treatment options for those suffering with varicose veins in Boca Grande and Naples, Florida at the Beach. Some options include losing weight, wearing lose fitting clothing and elevating your legs for certain periods of the day. Other individuals may choose to wear compression stocking that gently compress the legs during the day. If worn all day, this may help.
Sclerotherapy is a procedure that can usually be done in the doctors office. The doctor will inject a solution that scars and closes the veins. It is possible that more injections will be required for the same vein. Laser Surgery is another option you may wish to discuss with your doctor as well as vein stripping which can remove a long vein.
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Mayo Clinic, Varicose Veins: Treatment and Drugs http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/varicose-veins/DS00256/DSECTION=treatments-and-drugs