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Sir I am doing that 2 times doppler study. One report is grade 1 varicocele seen and other reports are seen not varicose. That confusion. Please help.
Pain on calf muscle. On test revealed that no dvt. But still pain is there. And it is subsidising on consumption of pain killers. The also the exact pain spot is changing by two three days.
I am 23 years old. I have been married for 3 years. I did’t get pregnant yet. I used to gain more but not over weight I never took birth control pills I only take vitamin d pills for now. I have flat feet. I don’t smoke or drink alcohol. I exercise regularly but lately I don’t from my mild pain and scared to make them worse. So I just walk. I eat a healthy diet. Before three years I had pain on my right leg that would hurt so much. So I found that I have a small green vein behind my right knee with a little spider veins. So I started to exercise regularly and elevate my legs and then the pain went away but it will come back if I work a lot. I did’t know I’m suppose to wear compression stockings. But lately the pain on my legs won’t go away and my veins are more than before and behind my left knee too. The pain was behind my knees and a little bit on my calves but the pain on my right leg was more and it won’t go away like before. Even if I rest ,the pain behind my knee won’t go away lately. I can take the pain it’s not that severe. I also lately noticed my veins on my feet, ankle,shin and near my wrist are showing more I discovered that it might be from the reticular veins that I have. I have some spider veins and green veins behind my knees. So I went to the doctor and did an ultra sound to see if my situation is not dangerous. The doctor told me I can take pills to get rid of the pain and do sclerotherapy to let the veins not spread. What I want to ask you is if I do sclerotherapy procedure would this pain go away and the veins that are showing in my feet and shin more go away? Would this needle help the blood flow and make my veins less visible on my feet, shin,ankle and around my wrist? Are the reticular veins the reason for those bulging veins? They scare me. Thank you.
I have a vein pain in my leg and my vein pain comes only 2 to 3 seconds after that it goes I want to reason why is it.
I am 53 Year female, I have varicose veins in both legs. In July 2016 I got laser operation done in my right leg and till August 2018, everything was fine and legs were healthy. But suddenly there is swelling which is not going even after taking Daflon 1000 mg tabs and there is large black as well as red blood clotted patches in my both lower limbs and pain all over the area described. Sometimes, there is burning sensation from within and itching all over the rashes. I am keeping leg elevated during sleep and resting time. Kindly suggest me how to go ahead with medications and treatment for this problem. I am unable to walk, keep my legs on the floor or even wear footwear.
WORLD THROMBOSIS DAY
Thirteenth October is celebrated worldwide as the World Thrombosis day. The International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis started this campaign from 2014. The aim is to create awareness about disorders of thrombosis (clotting).
What is thrombosis?
Thrombosis is local coagulation or clotting of the blood in a part of the circulatory system. This reduces or shuts the blood flow causing symptoms of thrombosis.
What are the disorders caused by thrombosis?
The disorders caused by thrombosis depend on the site of thrombosis. The common disorders are:
Stroke (Brain attack), Heart attack, Deep Vein thrombosis, Retinal vein and artery thrombosis, Pulmonary thromboembolism, Renal vein or artery thrombosis, Portal vein thrombosis, Mesentric Vein thrombosis.
What are the common risk factors for thrombosis?
Immobility, Obesity, Hospitalization, Surgery, Cancers, Previous thrombosis, pregnancy, smoking, consumption of some mediations, dyslipidemia etc. are the common risk factors associated with thrombosis. There are also genetic risk factors causing thrombosis.
What are the common tests done during the evaluation of thrombosis?
The tests done for the evaluation of thrombosis depend on the site of thrombosis. Doppler scans, CT scans, CT angiography, MR angiography are the common tests to diagnose the site of thrombosis. Sometimes, scans are also done to see whether a part of the thrombus have migrated (embolised) to other body part. Blood tests are also done to assess the clotting system and to monitor the effects of drugs given for thrombosis. Tests to rule out the genetic risk factors are also recommended as per the clinical scenario.
What are the common medicines used in thrombosis?
Medicines commonly used in the treatment of thrombosis are Heparin, Warfarin and newer drugs like Dabigatran, Rivaroxaban etc. Patients are also prescribed medicines to treat the risk factors for thrombosis like statins, antihypertensives and medications for diabetes.
Can thrombosis be prevented?
Yes, thrombosis can be prevented with the help of preventive measures and medications.
What is the aim of World Thrombosis Day Campaign?
The purpose of this campaign is to create awareness about this deadly disease. The campaign aims at:
1)highlighting the burden of disease and the need of action.
2)increasing public awareness of the risk factors, symptoms and signs of thrombosis
3)empowering healthcare seekers to talk to healthcare providers about the disease
4)stimulating people to advocate systems of care to prevent, diagnose and treat venous thrombosis and atrial fibrillation.
Why 13th October?
The world thrombosis day is celebrated on the 13th October which is the birthday of Rudolf Virchow who first penned down the pathogenesis of thrombosis. To salute this great personality, we celebrate his birthday as the World thrombosis day.
Kindly talk to your doctor for information on risk factors of thrombosis.