Endovenous Laser Ablation Questions
I have extensive bruising and discoloration after vein ablation almost 2 weeks ago. How long before it disappears?
Endovenous Laser Ablation - 1 month ago2 answers
The left leg went well, but the right leg was a nightmare since I was very suddenly diagnosed with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura while receiving vein treatment. The ITP caused me to have a very heavy and unmanageable period with heavy blood loss and all the purpura all over my body. Ever since all this happened, my right leg wouldn't heal and I had to have a platelet transfusion since I was dangerously low with platelet levels. My leg looks discolored and scary, how long will this last?
Will more varicose veins keep popping up after EVLA? One just did. Is it never ending?
Endovenous Laser Ablation - 2 months ago1 answer
I had EVLA to get rid of a varicose vein located in the back of my calf. Shortly after the surgery, another one appeared—uglier and located in the same leg, snaking down the front. If I get more surgery, will I have more, awful veins? Will I ever get beautiful legs back? My legs were beautiful before the surgery, except for that one horizontal varicose vein, but it was kind of hidden in the back of my leg. I did it to finally get rid of spider veins, but I didn't know there would be a trade off.
Is it safe to get pregnant again shortly after EVLA?
Endovenous Laser Ablation - 2 months ago3 answers
I'm getting EVLA for my varicose veins in my left leg. They made my last pregnancy miserable due to the pain and swelling. Do I have to wait for a while after the procedure to get pregnant again? Are there any contraindications of getting pregnant shortly after this procedure?
VenaCure EVLT or radiofreqency ablation. Which is safer?
Endovenous Laser Ablation - 4 months ago4 answers
Which one has no pain or side effects? My diagnosis is to use UGFS along with ablation. Which ablation is less painful and risky, laser or radiofrequency?
Venaseal is another option but no insurance covers them.
I had VNUS Closure 3 weeks ago. Is minor on and off pain near the SF junction normal?
Endovenous Laser Ablation - 4 months ago1 answer
It is similar to ovulation pain. Borderline protein S deficiency (72, normal range 70-140), was put on 10mg Xarelto for 10 days and then 20mg after second ultrasound came back too close for comfort given my background, third ultrasound showed clot had receded to where they wanted it. That was last week. For the past week and a half, however, I've had what I would consider nerve pain in the groin and ovary areas. It has not gotten worse and is sporadic. It is most present when sitting.