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Still now its paining ,specially limbs, shoulders, lower spine. Actually I have varicose veins in my right leg. Maybe that is responsible for all these symptoms.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
If ou have varicose veins you need to remove them .Applying elastocrepe bandage tightly will alseo help
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I have to go through varicose vein surgery and need Lady surgeon in Nerul, New Bombay locality. Can you suggest best Lady Surgeon for this purpose plss.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Best treatment for Varicose vein is through laser therapy and it’s difficult to find a specific lady surgeon in your locality.
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Mujhe left side main varicocele hai aur mujhe gym join karna hai kar sakta hu ki nahi.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Mujhe left side main varicocele hai aur mujhe gym join karna hai kar sakta hu ki nahi.
Yes you can join gym but be careful when you do weight lifting exercise. Don't try to lift more wait in short span. Start with low and gradually progress.you can consult me through lybrate for further guidance about basic exercise and precautions to take.
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Sir, May I know the reason for veins block. Vascular problem. Is that over stress or not?

DPM, M.B.B.S
Psychiatrist, Patiala
The reason veins are blocked is because of the formation of clot or due to anything else which compresses it. Vein is nothing but a pipe carrying blood.
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My husband has been diagnosed with mild varicocele. There are a few dilated venous channels along the left spermatic cord measuring 2-3 mm with no reflux on Valsalva. Kindly suggest medication/treatment for the same (preferably homeopathy) as we are planning to conceive this year.

DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopath, Patna
My husband has been diagnosed with mild varicocele. There are a few dilated venous channels along the left spermatic ...
Hello, Go for meditation. His diet be easily digestible on time. Give homoeopathic medicine:@ Rhus tox 200-5 drops, thrice. @ Rhododendron 200-5 drops, thrice. Avoid, junkfood, alcohol and Nicotine. Tk. Care.
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Does varicose veins a Serious issue? How to prevent this issue? Kindly help me with your valuable suggestions one of my friend suffering with this problem.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DNB (Peripheral Vascular Surgery), DNB (General Surgery), MNAMS
Vascular Surgeon, Nashik
Variocse vein if symptomatic and severe do posses problems. 1. Asses severity of disease 2. See treatmnet options available. 3. Need for intervention depends on various criteria. 4.and yes it does has solution depending on severirty of disease and other criteria. 5.consult vascular surgeon.
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I am suffering from varicocele problems from the last 2 months or so, I felt little pain in my testicles veins but now this pain has been shift to my right side of my back and stomach and this happens during the morning hours especially when I wake up. I consulted to doctors and taking medicine but didn't get any relief. Please help on this issue.

MPT, BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I am suffering from varicocele problems from the last 2 months or so, I felt little pain in my testicles veins but no...
• Leg Lifts – Sit on the floor/mat or lie on your back with your feet straight out. Slowly, lift one leg at a time from the floor. Hold your leg in the air. Slowly, lower your leg back down to the floor. Repeat on the opposite leg. • Calf Raises – Stand with your legs straight. Slowly, rise on to your tiptoes and then lower back down. • Bicycle Legs – Lie on your back, bringing your legs in the air and bending them at the knee. Slowly, begin to pedal your legs as if you were riding a bicycle. You can also do the same motion one leg at a time, alternating your legs between sets.
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Varicose Veins - Know The Signs Of The Condition!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, DNB Peripheral Vascular Surgery
Vascular Surgeon, Lucknow
Varicose Veins - Know The Signs Of The Condition!
Varicose veins are a condition marked by enlarged or gnarled veins. This typically affects the veins in the feet and legs. In most cases, varicose veins are a mere cosmetic concern but in some cases, it can be quite uncomfortable and painful. If left untreated, it can also lead to further complications.

Varicose veins may be caused by a lack of elasticity in the veins causing blood to pool in them and flow backwards. This blood is deoxygenated and hence the veins appear blue. Women have a higher risk of suffering from varicose veins as compared to men. This risk also increases with age and weight. Pregnancy can also cause varicose veins.

The most common symptoms of this condition are:

Visible veins just under the surface of the skin
Veins that appear blue and gnarled
A dull ache in the legs
Throbbing or burning sensation in the calves
Pain in the legs that worsens after standing or sitting in the same position for a long time
Itching around the veins
Bleeding veins
Inflammation of the skin or ulcers around the ankles
Red or blue spider veins
What steps to maintain once you have undergone the sugery

Keeping the legs raised or wear compression stockings can relieve the pain associated with varicose veins and prevent the condition from worsening.
Exercise can also help improve blood circulation. If these home remedies are not effective, the patient may need to consult a doctor.
Women with a family history of varicose veins should also avoid wearing high heels and tight stockings.
Complications caused by varicose veins are rare. However, some people may experience bleeding on the surface of the skin. There are chances that the veins deep inside the muscle may get twisted which may lead to the swelling of the calf muscles. Varicose veins may also cause painful ulcers around the ankles and is a result of the buildup of fluid around the ankles.

All the complication must be reported to the doctor at the earliest to prevent the condition from worsening.
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My mother in law 50 Years old, From 3 month right leg blood blockage. Please suggest.

MPT, BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
My mother in law 50 Years old, From 3 month right leg blood blockage. Please suggest.
Avoid Squatting- Avoid sitting Cross legged Contrast Fomentation (Hot and Cold). Quadriceps strengthening exercises-
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MY MOTHER (79) suffering from varicose ulcer on leg. Wound was bad. It was taken care of in OT in DEC-17. Hb was down .blood given in feb-18. Still wound not healing. Bandage is there for last 4 months. Daily dressing is done. STILL SHE IS HAVING CONTINUOUS PAIN. LOT OF ANTIBIOTICS, PAIN KILLERS GIVEN. STILL PAIN. SHE CAN NOT BEAR IT she has border line sugar, slightBP, polyuria problem.

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, MCh - Vascular Surgery, F.V.E.S
Vascular Surgeon, Bangalore
Hello, l can understand the suffering. Venous ulcers are very painful. Please understand that the ulcer will not heal until and unless the “underlying varicose veins “ problem is tackled. She will require multiple layer compression dressings, medications and a detailed radiological investigations like Doppler scan or CT/MR Venogram to detect the actual reason for the non healing ulcer. The cause can range from due to a “simple reversal of blood flow in the legs to a blockage in the main veins which drain the blood in the abdomen resulting in stagnation of impure blood in the legs”. Please consult a Vascular Surgeon at the earliest so that a proper evaluation can be done and your mother can be treated of her ulcer. If the cause is not treated, the ulcer will not heal or will repeatedly occur. Best wishes, take care.
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