Mr Simon Payne is a Consultant Generaland Vascular Surgeon practising atSpire Portsmouth HospitalQ I have had varicose veins on oneof my legs ever since l was pregnanten years ago, but lately they have gotreally itchy and sore. I'm worried they'reigetting worse. Can I get these treated?A Veins carry blood back towards theheart, with valves to ensure the bloodkeeps flowing upwards. When varicose veins develop, some of these valves arenot working properly, which allows bloodto collect in the legA more permanent solution would beto treat the varicose veins by sealingThat results in high pressure in the veins, i the defective veins and stopping thewhich causes the throbbing, itching andblood from flowing the wrong wayswelling associated with varicose veins.Varicose veins can affect your lifeenormously, whether their appearance such as passing a laser fiber throughmakes you less confident or they cause he vein or injecting the vein with foamThere are many ways to do thisdepending on your particular situation, uncomfortable symptoms. They can even ' These days there is no need for a fulldamage the skin, which may lead toinflammation and ulcerationi anaesthetic, and you will usually be inl and out of the hospital within a day. One method of managing varicose veins 1 Once thedefective veins are sealedoff, your blood will drain better. Thatimprove the look of your legs!assess your symptoms and discussthat works quite effectively is wearing O, Ycompression stockings. These squeeze1 Should both ease your symptoms andthe veins and encourage a normal bloodflow towards the heart. They can beuncomfortable, though, and do not solvethe underlying problem.1 A vascular surgeon will be able to, treatment options with youTo book a consultation or for any enquiries,please speak to our team on02392 456 172or email info@spireportsmouth.comBartons Rd, Havant PO9 5NPS2SpirePortsmouth Hospital

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Mr Simon Payne is a Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon practising at Spire Portsmouth Hospital Q I have had varicose veins on one of my legs ever since l was pregnant en years ago, but lately they have got really itchy and sore. I'm worried they'rei getting worse. Can I get these treated? A Veins carry blood back towards the heart, with valves to ensure the blood keeps flowing upwards. When varicose veins develop, some of these valves are not working properly, which allows blood to collect in the leg A more permanent solution would be to treat the varicose veins by sealing That results in high pressure in the veins, i the defective veins and stopping the which causes the throbbing, itching andblood from flowing the wrong way swelling associated with varicose veins. Varicose veins can affect your life enormously, whether their appearance such as passing a laser fiber through makes you less confident or they cause he vein or injecting the vein with foam There are many ways to do this depending on your particular situation, uncomfortable symptoms. They can even ' These days there is no need for a full damage the skin, which may lead to inflammation and ulceration i anaesthetic, and you will usually be in l and out of the hospital within a day. One method of managing varicose veins 1 Once thedefective veins are sealed off, your blood will drain better. That improve the look of your legs! assess your symptoms and discuss that works quite effectively is wearing O, Y compression stockings. These squeeze1 Should both ease your symptoms and the veins and encourage a normal blood flow towards the heart. They can be uncomfortable, though, and do not solve the underlying problem. 1 A vascular surgeon will be able to , treatment options with you To book a consultation or for any enquiries, please speak to our team on 02392 456 172 or email info@spireportsmouth.com Bartons Rd, Havant PO9 5NP S2 Spire Portsmouth Hospital

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