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Varicose Vein and Varicose Ulcer Laser Treatment

Are you tired of those swollen, twisted veins causing discomfort in your legs? Well, let’s talk about something many of us deal with—Varicose Veins.

What exactly are varicose veins?

Varicose veins are swollen, enlarged veins that typically appear on the legs. They are caused by a weakening of the vein walls and valves, which allows blood to pool and back up in the veins.

Stages of Varicose Veins

How do you know if you’ve got varicose veins?

The most common Symptoms of Varicose Veins include:

Visible, bulging veins

Painful, aching legs

Swelling in the legs


Skin ulcers


Who is at risk for varicose veins?

People who are at increased risk for varicose veins include:

What are ways to treat varicose veins?

There are a number of treatments available for varicose veins, including:

Now, here's the thing- they're more than just a cosmetic issue.

Sure, they don’t look great, but sometimes, they can lead to other problems if left untreated. We’re talking about swelling, skin discoloration, or even ulcers and bleeding in severe cases.

But the good news? There are solutions.

Dr. Sagar Satpute, an expert endovascular specialist at SLVC Clinic in Navi Mumbai is here to help you bid farewell to those unwanted veins. With advanced treatments tailored just for you, we aim to alleviate discomfort, improve appearance, and prevent further complications.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have Questions? Explore Our FAQs for Answers.

How are varicose veins diagnosed?
Varicose veins are typically diagnosed by a physical examination. In some cases, an ultrasound may be ordered to confirm the diagnosis and rule out other causes of vein problems.
What should I do if I have a slight varicose vein?
A small skin abscess may drain naturally, or simply shrink, dry up and disappear without any treatment. However, larger abscesses may need to be treated with antibiotics to clear the infection, and the pus may need to be drained
What are the treatments for varicose veins?
There are a number of treatments available for varicose veins, including:
  • Lifestyle changes, such as losing weight, avoiding high heels, and wearing compression stockings
  • Sclerotherapy, which involves injecting a solution into the varicose vein to cause it to shrink and disappear
  • Laser ablation, which uses heat to damage the varicose vein.
  • Radiofrequency ablation, which uses radio waves to damage the varicose vein.
  • Surgery, which involves removing the varicose vein.
What are the complications of varicose veins?
The most common complications of varicose veins include:
  • Skin ulcers
  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • Blood clots
Can varicose veins be prevented?
There is no guaranteed way to prevent varicose veins, but there are a number of things you can do to reduce your risk, including:
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Exercise regularly
  • Wear compression stockings
  • Avoid high heels
  • Elevate your legs when you are sitting for long periods of time
  • Avoid smoking
When should I see a doctor about varicose veins?

You should see a doctor if you are concerned about varicose veins, especially if you are experiencing any symptoms. Early diagnosis and treatment can help to prevent complications.



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