Spider Vein Treatment-Sclerotherapy
If you have symptoms or are concerned about the appearance of spider veins, treatment options include: Sclerotherapy. In this procedure, your doctor injects the veins with a solution that scars and closes those veins, causing the blood to reroute through healthier veins. In a few weeks, treated spider veins fade.
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one to four weeks
The risks include: Swelling and bruising, Change in skin sensation, Infection, Hyperpigmentation, Ulceration, Scarring, Persistent pain
Before the procedure, avoid shaving or applying any lotion to your legs. (Don't shave or use lotion after the procedure until the injection site is healed either.) Wear loose, comfortable clothing to your appointment. You might even consider wearing a pair of shorts so that your legs are exposed. After the procedure You'll be able to get up and walk around soon after the procedure. Walking and moving your legs is important to prevent the formation of blood clots. You'll be asked to wear compression stockings or bandages — usually for about two weeks — to maintain compression on the treated veins.
Sclerotherapy is a safe procedure. It is a less invasive and risky option than surgery, as it does not require anesthesia. Research suggests that it effectively removes spider veins in 75–90 percent of cases, but typically requires multiple treatments.

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