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Severe Varicose Vein

If Severe Varicose Veins are left untreated, they can lead to serious symptoms and complications, including rashes, infections, bleeding, sores, and blood clots. Not everyone will necessarily experience complications of untreated varicose veins. But not treating varicose veins will increase the chance of complications happening. If a Severe Varicose Vein is left untreated for an extended period of time it can potentially cause Venous eczema (itchy, scaly, red, and thick skin), Hyperpigmentation (brown discoloration of the skin), Ankle and feet veins (Corona Phlebectatica Paraplantaris), Moderate to severe oedema (swelling of the legs), Lipodermatosclerosis (a stage of skin and soft tissue changes before ulceration occurs), Ulceration and risk of superficial venous thrombophlebitis (inflammation in a varicose vein and blood clot).

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Cause of  Varicose Vein complications


Causes of eczema: Venous insufficiency cause increased venous pressure and increased fluid collection in the tissues. Extra fluid can activate the part of the immune system response and can also cause inflammatory reactions.


Causes of thrombophlebitis (venous inflammation and blood clot): blood stays in the varicose vein longer than a normal vein and this can increase the chance of clotting.


Causes of hyperpigmentation, lipodermatosclerosis, and ulceration: As a result of the increased venous pressure fibrin deposits (insoluble protein) occurs which then act as a barrier to oxygen flow and necessary nutrients to the skin, muscle, and soft tissues.

Ankle swelling or Edema: Venous insufficiency cause increased venous pressure and increased fluid collection in the tissues. If soft tissue will not be fed properly then the tissue gradually dies and causes hyperpigmentation and ulceration.

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A disease known as superficial venous insufficiency is the root cause of varicose veins. Ordinarily, tiny valves in your veins open to let blood flow to the heart before closing. This causes a one-way street for your blood and prevents any backflow.

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Symptoms of  the Vein Condition:

  • Swelling in the leg or fatigue in the legs.
  • Achy, heavy legs that are typically relieved when elevated for at least 15 minutes
  • Burning, throbbing sensation over an enlarged vein
  • Leg pain muscle cramping and restless legs at night
  • Unexplained swelling in the lower leg and around the ankle
  • Any varicose vein that bleeds abnormally.

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Severe varicose veins are enlarged, twisted veins that often result from dysfunctional valves, causing blood to pool. Symptoms of a severe varicose vein problem include persistent pain, swelling, and skin changes. A consultation with a vascular specialist can help diagnose the severity of your condition.

To find a qualified severe varicose vein doctor, start by consulting your primary care physician for a referral. Alternatively, you can research local vascular specialists, ensuring they have experience in treating severe varicose veins. Reading patient reviews and seeking recommendations can also guide you in finding a reliable healthcare professional.

Treatment options for severe varicose veins vary but may include minimally invasive procedures like endovenous laser ablation (EVLA) or sclerotherapy. In some cases, surgical intervention may be necessary. The effectiveness of treatment depends on the severity of the condition and the chosen intervention. Consult with a vascular specialist to determine the most suitable approach for your specific case.

Leaving severe varicose veins untreated can lead to complications such as chronic pain, skin ulcers, and blood clots. Over time, these issues can impact your overall quality of life and may require more extensive interventions. Seeking early evaluation and treatment is crucial to prevent the progression of severe varicose vein effects.

While there is no outright cure for severe varicose veins, effective treatment can alleviate symptoms and improve the appearance of the veins. Ongoing management may involve lifestyle changes, wearing compression stockings, and periodic follow-up appointments with your vascular specialist to monitor the condition. Adopting a proactive approach to care can help manage and mitigate the impact of severe varicose veins.

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