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Vericose veins

He has problem of vericose veins ifn left leg due to which his leg sometimes pain and get swelled. What should we do now?
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Begin with Homoeopathic remedies:--
Hamamelis 30 and
Vipera 30.
4 pills each medicine x 3 times daily x 30 days.
Take pills regularly.
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In Homoeopathy there are many medicine for Varicose vein, Homoeopath has to understand Patient's tenancy of Varicose vein , family history of Varicose vein etc. you have to give details of your self, that helps to choose right Homoeopathic medicine. Some of Homoeopathic medicines are Calc carb, Lachesis, Crotalus H. Flouric Acid, Hamamilis, etc... you can choose best only after consulting your homoeopath.
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Avoid Standing position for long time, Legs should not be kept hanging for long time. Advise him to raise the leg on a pillow for supports while sleeping and sitting. Avoid standing for long. Use specially design Varicose Soaks, walk reguler for better circulation.
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Homeopathy is very effective in treating varicose veins. Get color doppler of the affected leg. Though visible tortuous veins can be diagnosed clinically also.
One of the complication is deep vein thrombosis. Very important to get treated at the earliest.
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Hello.
Meet a homoeopathic physician for proper diagnosis and treatment. In this case the legs should not be kept hanging for long. So ask him to raise the leg on a stool while sitting. Avoid standing for long.
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Hello there...I can understand your concern. Firstly he will need to get an venous doppler done to confirm the disease and see the extent of involvement. Treatment will depend on the grade of incompetent perforator present. It can vary from simple compression bandages to surgery. So kindly consult a vascular surgeon or general surgeon for further evaluation.
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