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Hello doctor I want know the vain and capillary in legs and how it clots because my father suffering by this problem and he doesn't know the what is thi but he thought ki this is soraysis and I don't think that so, because the right leg is daily swell in night much bigger than normal swelling and he doing one operation but this is not successful and pain and skin and swelling is as it is. And when medicine is continued then it's ok but if only 3 to 4 days gap is so more swell the leg. I want to see the both legs comparison and the vain means the what happens actually in legs vain. Please doctor told me the test or treatment for this problem.
I have varicose veins in both of my legs. My weight is 57 kg & height is 4.11.i also have regular pain in my back & legs. Pl suggest something about my pain & also about how to cure varicose veins.
I have varicose veins problem from past 13 years. I used to wear stockings regularly. But my legs pains a lot. I can't sit on the floor. There is a swelling in my legs. Want to ask for the exercise and what type of medicines I should take.
I am 26 years of age male, and I used to masturbate regularly suffering from varicose veins to left leg only since last 5 years, the veins are bulging day by day and using the stockings and couldn't see the any kind of improvement and can you please tell me how can I cure it.
Try horse chest nut, an herbal extract that's been shown in studies to strengthen veins and reduce swelling. This is also available in topical creams.
What can I do to overcome the problems caused from my Varicose Veins and venous stasis in lower legs, mainly the ankles and around it (pressure areas)?
Deadlines to meet, personal commitments to attend, quick and unhealthy bites on the go, and hardly any time for your health. All these results in many lifestyle conditions, heart problems being predominant among them. Thousands of people in the India suffer a heart attack in a year. Don’t you think knowing the reasons behind heart problems is important to avoid suffering from one? Read on to know about Atherosclerosis, a condition that eventually leads to a block in an artery.
What is Atherosclerosis?
When the arteries start narrowing as a result of the plaque buildup, it is known as Atherosclerosis. It is also referred to as arteriosclerosis, which means that the arteries become very hard.
The blood vessels that are responsible for carrying oxygen and the necessary nutrients from the heart to the entire body are the arteries. As you grow older, the cholesterol and the fat starts getting deposited in the arteries, which lead to the formation of plaque.
Arteries are lined by the cell layer which is known as the endothelium. Atherosclerosis starts to develop when there is damage caused to the endothelium. This leads to the lipoproteins of low density getting accumulated in the wall of the artery. These lipoproteins are known as atheroma.
The pieces of the plaque may break off, and the flow of blood through the arteries is restricted due to the blood clot. Atherosclerosis may cause stroke, heart attacks, heart failure, and peripheral vascular disease if it is not treated properly. This disease can occur in any artery that is located in any of the body parts, which include the kidneys, the legs, or the heart.
What exactly happens?
Atherosclerosis starts when the arteries located in part of a person’s body become hard and narrow due to the buildup of excess fat in the artery walls. These damages lead to the development of plaque. The plaque starts creating a bump on the wall of the artery.
As the disease starts to progress, the bump starts to get bigger. This leads to a blockage. This process goes on throughout the patient’s body, placing his heart at a great risk. This may also lead to stroke or other serious health problems.
Once the disease starts progressing, it may lead to the rupture of the plaque lining. This causes the LDL cholesterol and the other unwanted substances to spill out in the blood stream. This leads to the blood clot, and the blood clot, in turn, may travel to any other body part, blocking the flow of blood to the nearest organ. The plaque can either stay in the wall of the artery, or it may start growing in the path of the flow of blood.
This disease progresses very slowly, and it may start developing in a person from his/her childhood. In adults, atherosclerosis is generally caused due to a high blood pressure, smoking, resistance to insulin, diabetes, obesity, or inflammation due to other diseases or lupus.
Maintaining a proper diet and exercising regularly can help to keep atherosclerosis in check.