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Varicose veins during pregnancy

One of the first places among the impressive number of diverse extragenital pathology in pregnant women is varicose veins.


Predisposing factors for varicose veins in pregnancy:

Hormonal changes the body aimed at ensuring an environment conducive to carrying a baby. There ... Read more »
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Varicose veins and physical exercises

An important point in the treatment of varicose veins is the use of physical exercises.


The complex of physical activity should be properly selected, it is recommended to do every day at least twice a day - morning and night, without taking off with elastic bandages or ... Read more »
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Massage for varicose veins

As a subsidiary of massage is often used. Massage is a very simple and effective procedure that helps in the fight against varicose veins.


With the help of massage can relieve fatigue legs to improve circulation. Must abide by certain rules. Massage movements should be light, to ... Read more »
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Risk factors for varicose veins

To date, there are many risk factors that increase the chances of developing varicose veins.


The most common risk factors:

1. Heredity. In the case where at least one parent suffers from this disorder, the probability of its occurrence in ... Read more »
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Pathogenesis of varicose veins

The greatest significance in the pathogenesis of varicose veins is a violation of the mechanisms for venous outflow in the upright position and operating in a close relationship with each other. These include contractile force of muscles, which are located along the veins, valvular and arterial blood pressure. In fact, arteries, making the most minimal con ... Read more »

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Trophic ulcers in varicose veins

Trophic ulcer - a serious complication of varicose veins. This is a long-term healing of soft tissue defects. Appears in advanced forms of the disease as a result of decompensation of the venous outflow at the bottom of your feet on its inner surface.


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Complications of varicose veins

The most serious complications of varicose veins include:

  • acute thrombophlebitis of superficial veins,
  • phlebemphraxis,
  • trophic ulcer,
  • bleeding from varices. ... Read more »
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