Living with varicose veins can be painful and cause a person to develop a negative self-image. Many different varicose vein removal options exist, which include sclerotherapy for spider veins, laser treatment for smaller varicose veins, ablation therapy, or microphlebectomy. Each of these procedures carries different risks and benefits. However, you need to know a few… Continue reading A Superior Varicose Vein Removal Treatment: Microphlebectomy
The cardiovascular system provides a way for nutrients, blood, and oxygen to reach all the parts of the body. Unfortunately, as the body ages, disorders of the circulatory system may develop, reports the American Venous Forum, which include heart disease and vein disease. Several different types of vein disease exist, and if you have experienced symptoms… Continue reading Ask the Vein Clinic: What Are Vein Diseases?
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Hairstyles are constantly changing, and one hairstyle, the man bun or top knot, seems to be causing more concern lately. According to Liz Conner, the man bun may be responsible for an increase in hair loss in men. Unfortunately, severe cases may lead to the need for a hair transplant, but understanding this phenomenon requires a… Continue reading Introducing, the Man Bun: The Latest Cause for Hair Transplants in Men
For those who suffer with varicose veins, getting treatment to eliminate them is often a priority. Aside from the unsightliness of varicose veins, they can have significant health consequences, in the form of blood clots. Sclerotherapy is a proven method of varicose vein removal that has been used for this purpose since the 1930s.
Varicose veins are unsightly and often embarrassing. They are most commonly found in legs and feet though they may appear in other areas of the body too. In some cases, varicose veins may cause inflammation inside the vein which leads to blood clots.