What is Varicose Veins Treatment?

If you experience pain and heaviness in your body in the evening, if you have capillary formations in your legs, swelling and purple spots on your ankles, redness, itching and dryness on your skin, and bleeding under the skin for a long time to heal , be sure to consult a cardiovascular specialist!

Varicose veins are defined as the enlargement, elongation and twisting of the leg veins. It is seen in 10-20% of people in Western society. This probability increases with age. One out of every two people over the age of 50 has varicose veins.

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What Causes Varicose Veins?

Many factors play a role in the formation mechanism of varicose veins. Varicose veins may occur due to pregnancy, obesity, standing for a long time, certain occupations, being a woman, birth control pills and hormone treatments, wearing tight clothes, constipation, old age and genetic factors.

Varicose veins occur as a result of insufficiency of the venous valve. The blood constantly runs back and pools. This leads to increased pressure and swelling in the vein. Over time, the expansion of the vein increases and curls occur. Varicose veins can occur at any level of the veins. There may be venous insufficiency in the groin, as well as lower leg insufficiency. Sometimes the cause of varicose may be a clot in a vein. Blood pools behind the clogged vein and the vein expands.

What are the Symptoms of Varicose Veins?

The main complaints caused by varicose veins are:
  • Blue purple bumps on legs
  • Pain
  • Heaviness in the legs
  • Swelling in the legs
  • Legs numbness
  • Itching