Laser vein machines

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Avatar n tn is there any data anywhere on a websitewhich i could find out up to date information that rates the success or not of different laser machines. or any chat rooms on the condition that would offer their experience that i havent found. id travel any where, dont care if it hurts and will pay whatever it costs. i apologise for going on as from reading your website you help people a lot worse of than me, but i do any treatment (experimental) to get out and try and live a productive life.
Avatar m tn These herbs contain chemicals such as alkaloids and flavonoids that may help vein tissue heal and regain elasticity, allowing proper circulation and preventing blood from pooling in your legs. You can use herbs as teas, tinctures, extracts and lotions, but check with a knowledgeable practitioner for instructions about dosage and how long to use these herbs.
Avatar n tn Since I joined this forum we have seen dozens of patients blow countless thousands of dollars, their life savings, on questionable therapies, and machines that they've been told will cure them or at least make them better without "HARMING" them. The question becomes how reliable is the science. Are they telling you everything, is there any possible down side, any possible side effects.
86075 tn?1238118691 V-Beam is also a laser, IPL is not a laser. IPL stands for intense pulsed light. IPL actually covers more of an area than V-Beam and works deeper but not as intense. IPL is gentler on the skin and therefore IPL requires more treatments. Another name for IPL is the "PhotoFacial" laser even thogugh again it's not really a laser. As explained to me, IPL is more for redness, lasters like V-Beam are more for veins.
Avatar n tn its not blood blisters,its a blood vessel under the skin like your vein pops and then there is a bruise for about 2 days then it goes away
Avatar n tn They can do miracles with brains and heart surgery and even vein surgery so I don't understand why they can't fix a lymphatic problem. I think it's because there are not enough cases to warrant a government grant but in my opinion there are more people with it than we know of. I bet a lot of people have it but due to the lack of pain often not see a doctor about it (like I did).
Avatar n tn I wonder if laser hair removal is an option. At this point, I'd go for that if it would stop these painful lumps.
534800 tn?1217170959 of the people I have spoken to, each has or has relatives with pronounced vericose vein and/or spider viens in the legs, are fair-skinned and are of anglo-euro origin (English, Irish, Dutch, Swedes). This isn't science but at least something for me to start working with on the 'ol blog idea... there needs to be some sort of tally or research poll done so I have data to go on beyond the posts here and the vague "medical community" hypotheses that float around the web.