Man can also be Vain or Vein?

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Man can also be Vain or Vein

Varicose veins also called varices (from the Latin varix or varis), are enlarged, nodular, blue shimmering superficial veins that are usually in a tortuous or branched form. Varicose veins are also known as varicose veins.

Varicose veins are considered to be “female.” This is not true. Men also suffer from varicose veins. The data of extensive statistical studies confirm this. Women are focused on varicose veins and men are not. Most of the women who seek help from a general surgeon or phlebologist pursue, in addition to medical, also cosmetic purposes. Men are usually not of interest. It is generally accepted that the actual cause of varicose veins is still not known.

Where do vein problems come from?

Many factors are provoking Varicose Veins. Men seem to see varicose veins as a problem for women and to play down or ignore corresponding signs that they discover in themselves.

The main ones are:

  • sedentary lifestyle;
  • work associated with an extended stay in a forced standing and sitting position;
  • the discrepancy between dietary habits and actual energy expenditures, leading to obesity;
  • smoking;
  • heavy physical work associated with lifting and carrying weights.

There are no studies that would unequivocally confirm the

  • the connection between heels and varicose veins and
  • tight clothes and shoes can contribute to varicose veins.

So, this problem also appears in men.


The specialists use modern equipment for ultrasound angioscanning and laser treatment of varicose veins. They provide Varicose Veins Treatment through various techniques. Systems without visual control leave the central veins untreated. This is the main reason why vascular networks do not respond to laser or sclerotherapy separately.

The main methods of treating varicose veins used by specialists

Varicose Veins CLaCS – a substance is injected into a vein, which glues the vessel’s walls, excluding it from the blood circulation. Over time, this vessel removes itself, is replaced by connective tissue.

Phlebectomy is a full-fledged operation during which the anastomosis of a vein is compressed, and the subsequent excision of its affected area is carried out. This method is the most effective and, at the same time, radical, as it involves an incision, the imposition of words, and a long period of rehabilitation.

Miniflebectomy is a variation of phlebectomy, which is performed mainly on small vessels. A puncture is made in the skin, through which a part of the vein is pulled out with the help of a particular surgical instrument for subsequent dissection. The operation is painless, the puncture heals quickly, and no rehabilitation is required.

Laser coagulation: A method similar to sclerotherapy, but instead of introducing a unique composition into the lumen of a vessel, a thin catheter equipped with a laser is immersed there. Using thermal action, a sclerosis effect is created, due to which the vessel is also glued together.

In addition, drug treatment of varicose veins and compression therapy is widely used in the initial stages, based on carrying out hardware massage procedures and wearing the medical jersey. This allows you to avoid pathological reflux, maintain the venous wall’s tone, and significantly reduce the possibility of further development of varicose veins.