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Some quick facts about Varicose Veins

  1. Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted veins that typically occur in the legs.

  2. They are caused by a failure of the one-way valve system in the veins.

  3. They are more common in people over the age of 50 and are more common in women than in men.

  4. Symptoms can include aching, swelling, and itching in the affected area.

  5. Risk factors for varicose veins include genetics, pregnancy, obesity, standing for long periods of time, and a sedentary lifestyle.

  6. Complications of untreated varicose veins can include skin ulcers, blood clots, and superficial thrombophlebitis (inflammation of a vein close to the surface of the skin).

  7. In some cases, varicose veins can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, such as deep vein thrombosis or chronic venous insufficiency.

  8. Some common minimally invasive procedures for varicose veins include endovenous laser therapy (EVLT), radiofrequency closure, and sclerotherapy.

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Varicose Veins Symptoms:

  • Leg Pain and Foot Pain: Varicose veins pain is not located in any particular area, it is rather a vague ache all over the leg, lower leg, and foot. It increases as the day goes by especailly on prolonged standing.

  • Swelling near the ankles: Is a frequent symptom of varicose veins almost always with a measurable difference between the two sides. In advanced conditions, the swelling creates a pit in the skin when the skin is pressed with a finger - Pitting Edema-.

  • Skin symptoms: Itching, Skin Color Changes, Spider Veins, Thread Veins, and different sizes of dilated tortuous veins: Are variable in intensity, generally they remain and continue in increasing once see. In Pregnancy, the veins disappear after delivery but the condition remains in progress silently.

Disclaimer: There is no guarantee that the result will be the same, as it might vary from one individual to another.

Treatment of Varicose Veins:

  • Closing of affected vein is the most effective treatment.

  • Closure is done as an office procedure under local anesthesia with minimal discomfort and without incision.

  • Laser is the most widely used and most effective method of endoclosures.

  • We employ any of the latest other technologies if better suited to your own case. 

  • The usual time for completing a treatment is around half to one hour.

  • You can resume normal activities afterwards.

  • Remember: Stockings are not accepted as treatment for variocose veins... These are international guidelines.


Disclaimer: There is no guarantee that the result will be the same, as it might vary from one individual to another.

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Treatments we do in VenoCare

Endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) and endovenous rafiofrequency ablation (EVRF)

  • All varicose vein sizes can be treated

  • Minimal Pain with return to work within 24 hours

  • Bespoke lasers generators for different size veins and anatomy

  • Useful in treating primary and secondary varicose veins

  • Keyhole treatment

  • Done under local anesthesia as out-patient procedure

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Ultrasound – Guided Foam Sclerotherapy

  • Keyhole treatment

  • Useful in treating recurrent varicose veins

  • Outpatient/office based treatment

  • Compliments laser and radiofrequency treatment of varicose veins

  • Relatively cheap

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Ligation &


  • Day Case Procedure

  • In Affiliated Hospitals

Varicose Veins Treatments

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