About four moths ago, I got a reticular vein treated on my leg. I had no pain after the treatment until about a month ago when I started to develop minor calf pain and an aching sensation that comes and goes throughout the day. I went to the doctor's office and the nurse told me I should not worry, but never did an ultrasound. My leg is not red or swollen, just the aching and pain. Should I be concerned or get an ultrasound?
I had sclerotherapy two years ago and recently I had a full-body massage. After the massage, I experienced discomforting pain on both legs. My legs are easily tired and feels heavy now. What should I do?
I had a Sclerotherapy injection on my leg three weeks ago. Since I removed my compression stocking a week ago, I have had a constant pain on the inside of my thigh. It is also red and inflamed where the pain is coming from. Is this normal?
I have gray areas on one side of my buttocks and lower back that look like varicose veins. I have lots of varicose veins in my legs that have grown in size over the last decade. I've had a chronically sore back in this area for the last 2 years also. I've had tests on my back and everything looks normal are far as bones go. My theory is that perhaps these varicose veins are causing a lack of blood flow to my bum and lower back. Is this possible and if so, can they be treated with sclerotherapy?
I have varicose veins all over both legs. More recently, I've been experiencing a lot of pain. I can't even touch them because it hurts. I wore compression stockings for a year and got no results. I have poor circulation. Should I get sclerotherapy done as soon as possible? If sclerotherapy is not the appropriate form of treatment, what is?
I had sclerotherapy 10 weeks ago and now have round marks that are dark and red/brown in color. They are located at the injection sites and look worse than the spider veins did prior to the procedure. Is this normal and will they go away?
I've had problems with disposable plastic 3 and 5cc syringes with hard to push plungers, which results in jerking and the needle dislodging. What, in your experience, is the best syringe for visual cosmetic sclerotherapy? Thank you.
I had sclerotherapy 5 days ago and have been wearing 20-30mmhg compression hose for the full 5 days, except at night. Would I run into complications, or would the effects of the procedure, be compromised if I dropped down to 15-20mmhg hose at this point?