While this condition can happen to anyone it is especially common in pregnant women and the general female population. This is due to the increased weight during a pregnancy and the growing fetus applying added pressure to the lower abdomen and pelvic veins. Other common causes of varicose veins include:
Prevention and Treatment of Varicose Veins
In many cases varicose veins are harmless and may cause only mild discomfort. When a women is pregnant they may even fade away after delivery. When it comes to treating this condition the best approach is always prevention. Some of the best prevention methods include: avoiding strenuous periods of time on your feet, exercising daily, maintaining a healthy weight, and wearing compression stockings. All of these prevention methods help keep veins healthy and improve circulation. If you are pregnant it is always important to ask your doctor on what activities you can partake in to prevent varicose vein development.
In many cases varicose veins are inevitable. If they do not go away on their own there are treatment options available. If not addressed the veins can worsen in appearance and discomfort and can seriously harm circulation. These effected veins can be surgically removed through small incision with localized anesthesia. Another approach is to use Ultrasound Guided laser ablation or Radiofrequency Ablation. These treatments are effective at removing unattractive and health threatening varicose veins. In most cases these irregular veins will not return.
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