The spectrum of symptoms that people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) can have is quite wide. Some of them, for example, problems with walking, can be clearly visible to others, while others, in particular problems with fatigue and pain, on the contrary, are invisible. Indeed, there are many symptoms, but this condition is unique for each person. Very often, the cause of ailments is varicose veins of the lower extremities.
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Varicose vein expansion is a pathological condition in which the patient has an increase in the venous vessels in the legs. The disease is accompanied by a dysfunction of the vascular valves and a significant decrease in the supply of nearby tissues.
Among the signs of the disease, it is worth highlighting:
The most pronounced and dangerous sign of the disease can be called the appearance of enlarged, curved vessels, which clearly protrude on the skin of the legs and are visible to the naked eye.
Experts offer a variety of options for curing varicose veins.
So, the following methods are distinguished:
- feeling of heaviness, constant fatigue, bloating;
- pain sensations;
- throbbing sensation when walking;
- cramps at night;
- leg swelling;
- changes in the skin (peeling, dryness, the appearance of age spots);
- the presence of stars around the vessels on the lower extremities.
Which particular method will be chosen for the treatment of the disease depends solely on the stage of the disease and the general condition of the patient, and can only be prescribed by the attending physician. Therefore, if you notice signs of this ailment in yourself, be sure to visit a specialist. If this is not done in time, the disease can provoke the formation of blood clots, which, in turn, can enter different organs, causing health-threatening conditions.
- conservative method - not used for self-treatment, due to the lack of effective impact in the absence of surgery;
- method of sclerotherapy - involves the introduction of a special medication with a syringe inside the pathological vessel, provoking gluing of its lumen;
- laser coagulation - this procedure involves the introduction of a fiber into a vein using a laser;
- phlebectomy method - involves the removal of pathological areas of veins through small incisions.