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Well because Roger wrote us and you know how you checked every email that comes in he has varicose veins you may think this is something that only affects.
Women but men have a two -- he wants to try laser.
Do you recommend he must be preparing when the weather warms up.
You know most cases a varicose veins do not require.
Do if you have varicose veins try to keep your legs elevated where support -- lose weight.
And that often will do it but if your varicose veins are very large because a lot of swelling of the feet.
-- cause you pain you may need intervention.
Now traditionally over the years.
And varicose veins have been treated surgically I stripping these are operations that do require you going into the hospital staying -- -- -- two.
And I have to tell you.
That the those operations are not being done nearly as often as they used to be because there are now.
Really approaches one of them is and the Venus of -- They put AA -- introduced a tube into the -- And and then it transmits heat or lasers and that's scars the -- and closes it.
And -- square of therapy where they -- -- material into the vein that also causes it to star.
There are many non invasive ways or minimally invasive ways to treat it.
I don't think there's been enough research done to decide which one is best I personally.
Recommend to my patients the end of this approach where they.
And introduce a small catheter and put -- or heat.
Or something to -- because it's not an operation but generally try to do it without any intervention.
Before you go to any of these procedures.
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