Varicose veins treatment complications

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Avatar m tn Hi Welcome to the forum! If the varicocele (varicose veins in scrotum) is asymptomatic and infertility is not an issue, no treatment is required. Mild discomfort can be managed by wearing an athletic supporter or snug-fitting underwear during strenuous activity or exercise. However if the person wants to be a father in future, it is better to get it operated. Varicoceles are known to cause infertility as they affect sperm production, especially if they are bilateral.
Avatar n tn This year in May I stopped taking the birth control pills and a couple months later I noticed on my legs bulging varicose veins. The onset seemed to be quite sudden. Could the fact that I stopped taking the birth control pills caused the sudden onset of the varicose veins?
Avatar f tn Hi! Laser ablation of varicose veins is a good technique with few complications and high success rates and low recurrence rates. However, varicose veins do tend to recur after the best treatments. Hope this helps. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history.
Avatar f tn this can also sometimes occur in severe cases of acute hepatitis and liver damage), blood can flow backwards from the portal circulation to the systemic circulation where they are connected. This can lead to varicose veins in the stomach and esophagus (gastric and esophageal varices) and rectum (hemorrhoids). Gastric and esophageal varices can rupture, bleed massively and even cause death.
Avatar m tn I would suggest you to go for a second opinion near a reputed General Surgeon. Varicose veins are most common in the superficial veins of the legs, which are subject to high pressure when standing. Besides cosmetic problems, varicose veins are often painful, especially when standing or walking. They often itch, and scratching them can cause ulcers. Serious complications are rare. Non-surgical treatments include sclerotherapy, elastic stockings, elevating the legs, and exercise.
469720 tn?1388149949 Also, there are specific medical conditions that may increase your risk of developing a DVT via these three mechanisms, such as congestive heart failure, severe obesity, chronic respiratory failure, a history of smoking, varicose veins, pregnancy and estrogen treatment. If you are concerned that you may be at risk due to any of these conditions, please consult with your physician.
1774051 tn?1402006103 Itching - From deposition in the skin of products of the breakdown of bile Sensitivity to medications - Due to impairment of the liver's ability to filter medications from blood Extreme sleepiness, difficulty awakening, or coma - Other symptoms of encephalopathy Bleeding from gums or nose - Due to impaired production of clotting factors Easy bruising - Due to impaired production of clotting factors Blood in vomit or feces - Due to bleeding of varicose veins caused by liver congestion Hemorrho
Avatar n tn Hi, Thanks for writing in. A Varicocele is a network of tangled blood vessels (varicose veins) in the scrotum. It is a leading cause of male infertility and may also cause pain and atrophy (shrinkage) of the testicles. Was it embiolization or varicocelectomy that you got done? These days embolization is the most practiced procedure for the treatment of varicoceles, because unlike varicocele surgery, embolization requires no incision, stitches, or general anesthesia.
Avatar m tn My doctor described varicies as looking like varicose veins in your esophagus. So enlarged, distended, swollen looking veins. After I was banded my doctor initially checked me at 6 months for the first year but now I am checked annually Esophageal varicies don't have warning symptoms. I got this from the Mayo Clinic web site http://www.mayoclinic.
219373 tn?1274925034 I visited a vascular doctor to see if there might be a vein problem since I have varicose veins but not enlarged. The doctor said this appeared to be iron deposits and he suspects hemochroatosis. I have an appt in early March with a dermotologist. Since I have read a lot on the internet regarding this condition, I have really become concerned. I have some of the other symptoms suggested for this and I would like to know if a skin doctor is the one I need to see for a diagnosis.
2114131 tn?1399244471 ) (A low platelet count ( Varices (internal varicose veins in the esophagus, stomach, or intestine). are dangerous because there's a risk that they can burst and bleed (hemorrhage). ---> Portal Hypertension can cause complications like "Ascites" (fluid build-up in the abdomen) and hepatic encephalopathy (HE) which are both pretty common complications of cirrhosis. Since you will not be seen for 6 months that would be reasonable if you have early cirrhosis.
Avatar m tn I have a enlarged spleen due to hcv will the triple combination med interfere with anything had a upper and lower gi showed no varicose veins I took a flue shot and dam if it didnt give me a fever and one of my legs started hurting and fever started this is because of the spleen being enlarged hope to start treatment soon.
1903798 tn?1333908888 I thought I had some vascular symptoms in the beginning. I had horrible varicose veins and some other traits. You had said you doubted it was vascular since I had kids without complications. They did extra testing on me before surgery. Like an mrv of head to see if I had any aneurisms. They checked my heart really thoroughly etc.
Avatar f tn The risks for this condition include chemical irritation of the area, infection, disorders that involve increased blood clotting, varicose veins and even use of birth control pills. The goals of treatment are to reduce pain and inflammation. Take care and do keep us posted.
2096171 tn?1333765668 • Cancer of the testicle • Epididymitis (inflammation of the epididymis) • Inguinal hernia, which may be mistaken for an enlarged testicle • Mumps (viral infection that can cause inflammation of the testicle) • Orchitis (inflammation of the testicle) • Scrotal sac infection • Spermatocele (cyst in the scrotum) • Testicular torsion • Trauma or injury • Varicose veins in the scrotum (varicocele), which may appear as an enlarged testicle Serious or life-threatening causes of an enlarged testicl
Avatar f tn I meant varicies or veins......
Avatar f tn I started getting numbness in arms and hands, extreme burning on the tops of my feet, and bruising all over my body ( for no apparent reason), my feet look like varicose veins and small ruptured vessels all over them and feel like their on fire at times, still run a fever ( mainly low grade), my face will get blood red across my cheeks and nose, sweating, almost consistent severe pain in upper back more on right side, menstral cycle is very heavy and accompanied by migraine headaches, joint
Avatar m tn said I would have to have a colonoscopy and a light run down throat in stomach look at veins make sure no varicose veins. He said medicine was strong and could cause bleeding with enlarged spleen. Is this the proper procedure.
Avatar m tn In explusive choroidal hemorrhage the middle layer of the back of the eye (Choroid) is filled with thin walled blood vessels. These expand rapidly like varicose veins and start to push out the contents (hense the iris prolapse, vitreous loss and the "black shadow" which is the blood (hematoma) in the eye. The veins can rupture filling the eye with blood. It can occur if a patient coughs, sneezes, jerks around or strains (valsalva maneuver).
Avatar m tn Swollen veins in the esophagus or stomach resemble the varicose veins that some people have in their legs. Because the veins in the esophagus are so close to the surface of the esophagus, swollen veins in this location can rupture and cause dangerous bleeding. Esophageal varices almost always occur in people who have cirrhosis of the liver. Cirrhosis causes scarring of the liver, which slows the flow of blood through the liver.
Avatar n tn Neutrophils - part of the blood work on a complete blood count (CBC) Pegasys - one of the interferon treatments available (a once a week longer acting shot) SX of the SSRI's - SSRI's are a type of antidepressants, SX is symptoms SSRI withdrawl- what happens when you stop taking those anti-depressants SVR - sustained viral response (I think) Varices - varicose veins in the esophagus, but can also be found in the rectum, legs, etc.
Avatar n tn This lasted till September, now it has returned to the point that I need to take over the counter antacids to help releave the burning. I think we both have Esophagel Varieces, that is varicose veins in our esophagus. Has anyone had any success or stories to shear.
Avatar m tn this can also sometimes occur in severe cases of acute hepatitis and liver damage), blood can flow backwards from the portal circulation to the systemic circulation where they are connected. This can lead to varicose veins in the stomach and esophagus (gastric and esophageal varices) and rectum hemorrhoids or rectal varicies). Gastric and esophageal varices can rupture, bleed massively and even cause death.
Avatar f tn Is the research you mention that of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency and the work of Dr Franz Schelling and professor Zamboni et al? They are working on unusually swollen / varicose veins close to the spinal cord, and jugular vein in relation to how it affects the circulation and induces sporadic lethargy and later neurological complications.
Avatar m tn Low Sodium Diet (to avoid more fluid build-up) Diuretics (to help shed the excess fluid) When taking Diuretics---- Have blood tests done on a regular basis to monitor Kidney Function and Electrolytes Keep track of your weight--- Call the doctor if there's any weight gain of 5 pounds or more during a week Go to the Emergency Room for any signs of infection (fever, or pain in the abdomen, or vomiting, or trouble breathing, etc.) 2.
Avatar n tn is there any other method without surgery like LASER. (Varicose Veins are being treated by laser now) . what about varicocele?what have u done for ur Varicocele? would like your comments ....my email id ***@****. Take Care...
Avatar f tn I'd much rather chance joint pain than uterine cancer and thombosis! I have a huge fear of getting a blood clot (I have some varicose veins in my legs and had one bad one removed once). ...It really seems that more people have so many terrible reactions to Tamoxifin,more so than other drugs! I'm trying to do a lot of research of the drugs I can choose from.
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