Category: Varicose Veins

Why your pregnancy is causing varicose veins & how you can treat them

pregnancy and varicose

  Why some women develop varicose veins during their pregnancy  Many women first develop varicose veins during pregnancy. They tend to get worse with each successive pregnancy and with age.  Being overweight, carrying twins or higher multiples, and standing for long periods can also make you more susceptible. Varicose veins may occur for a number of […] Read More

A NICE Introduction to EndoThermal Ablation

thermal ablation

The United Kingdom’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has updated their guidelines for the treatment, diagnosis, and management of varicose veins. For the first time, NICE recommends heat ablation therapy as a first-line treatment instead of more invasive surgical procedures. Contrary to what the UK’s National Health Services and many insurance companies […] Read More

10 Myths About Venous Insufficiency

venous insufficiency

“Vein treatments are for cosmetic concerns only.” Often thought as a cosmetic nuisance, varicose veins represent an underlying venous disease that can lead to chronic pain, swelling and skin ulcerations. “My parents and grandparents suffered, so I’ll suffer too.” Nowadays there exists office based, minimally invasive, safe and effective treatments available. “Insurance does not cover […] Read More

Top 10 Myths Regarding “Vein Disease”

vein disease

1.    Vein treatments are for cosmetic concerns only. Often thought as a cosmetic nuisance, varicose veins represent an underlying venous disease that can lead to chronic pain, swelling and skin ulcerations. 2.    “My parents and grandparents suffered, so it’s my fate to suffer also.” Nowadays there exists office based, minimally invasive, safe and effective treatments […] Read More

Veins and pregnancy: How long should a patient wait come to CVR?

veins and pregnancy

Veins and Pregnancy It is reported that more than 40 percent of pregnant women experience problems with varicose veins of the legs and/or vulva during their pregnancy. Treating patients during pregnancy is not advised due to multiple reasons.  During pregnancy, the lower extremity venous system is constantly changing. The body increases blood volume during pregnancy. […] Read More

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