How effective is the varicose vein and ulcer treatment?
I, unfortunately, had both venous leg ulcers and huge varicose veins as a result of working in a sedentary state 10 hours a day affecting my blood flow. I also had leg pain, which didn't subside until after I retired. I went to my doctor, who recommended both compression and elevation treatment for both the ulcer and the varicose veins. These remedies were effective more so for the ulcer healing, which began to disappear after a few months. However, I had numerous varicose veins, and the two treatments would have taken over a year to work. I eventually underwent the endovenous laser treatment for my venous disease. The procedure is minimally invasive; a laser is used to close the veins. I had very little scarring and saw results within a week. I think the combination of all these treatments greatly contributed to my healing. More drastic measures like traditional invasive surgery seem to be less necessary these days.
I had varicose veins and a leg ulcer on my inner leg, right above my knee. It was a painful, medical condition that I could not ignore. My doctor said that there were several treatment options available to deal with this. We had to take a two-pronged approach. We needed to treat the underlying causes of the ulcer and treat the venous ulcer. To treat the veins, the cause of the ulcer, I underwent endovenous laser ablation. During this procedure, laser light to collapse the damaged leg veins. Then we worked on treating the wound, ulcer. To treat the ulcer, I had to go through treatments that helped to improve my circulation. These activities included walking and compression therapy. These procedures were highly effective and delivered amazing results. My skin and venous leg ulcer healed after invoking these procedures.