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Post Kinds of veins treated with Chicago sclerotherapy vein

Millions of people have spider and varicose veins. Introduced 100 years ago, sclerotherapy is a famous medical technique that permanently cures these enlarged veins that mostly found in the legs. The Chicago sclerotherapy vein is also performed to cure smaller varicose veins that can appear after surgery.

Depending on the circumstances of the individual, the use of the equipment may vary. The sclerotherapy may be used on larger varicose veins; it is a technique that gives relieves some of the symptoms linked with venous insufficiencies like burning sensations, night cramping, swelling, and discomfort. Chicago sclerotherapy vein can help to eliminate the spider and varicose veins before they lead to other vascular complications.
Symptoms of venous legs

Check the symptoms of the venous legs so that you can get reliable treatment.

• Swelling of the legs or ankles (edema)
• Pain in legs during standing too long
• Leg cramps
• Aching, throbbing, feeling or heaviness in your legs
• Itchy legs
• weak legs
• thickening of the skin in legs or ankles

If you notice any of the above symptoms, it’s time that you need to visit the doctor to eliminate those visible veins and get rid of discomfort.
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