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The problem of varicose veins and service in the Ukrainian army

In Ukraine, varicose veins are one of the most common diseases that can seriously affect people's health and quality of life. Also, this disease is one of the main reasons for the postponement of conscription into the army in Ukraine. Varicose veins can cause many problems associated with military service, such as leg pain, swelling, and fatigue, which can significantly impair physical fitness and performance. In this regard, it is important to study the problem of varicose veins in more detail and its influence on service in the army in Ukraine, in order to help those who have faced this problem and strive to serve in the army.


What is varicose veins and how does it develop?

Varicose veins (or varicose veins) is a disease in which the veins, usually located in the legs, become enlarged, tortuous and uneven. Symptoms of varicose veins can include pain in the legs, swelling, a feeling of heaviness and fatigue in the legs, itching and the appearance of vascular stars on the skin. The cause of varicose veins may be heredity, aging, excess weight, a sedentary lifestyle, pregnancy, and other factors. Varicose veins can develop gradually and progress over time if you do not take measures for its treatment and prevention. Various methods are used to diagnose varicose veins, including ultrasound examination and physical examination by a phlebologist. Treatment of varicose veins may include wearing compression stockings, lifestyle changes, drug therapy, sclerotherapy, and surgical interventions in more severe cases.


Does varicose veins affect enlistment in the army in Ukraine?

Varicose veins are one of the main reasons for deferring military service in Ukraine. Conscripts suffering from varicose veins may receive a deferment or exemption from military service depending on the severity of the disease and its impact on the health of the person. This is due to the fact that military service can exert additional pressure on the veins, which can aggravate the symptoms of varicose veins and lead to painful complications. In addition, in some military professions, which involve standing for a long time and performing heavy physical work, the presence of varicose veins can limit the capabilities of a serviceman and reduce his combat effectiveness. In the presence of varicose veins, a serviceman can be enlisted in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but only in those types of troops and in those army specialties that are not associated with heavy physical exertion and prolonged standing in a vertical position.

In general, the decision to enter the military is made on the basis of a medical examination and assessment of the conscript's health, including the presence or absence of varicose veins and its severity. < /p>


With what acute complications of varicose veins you can get a deferment in the army:

  • Thrombophlebitis of the great or small saphenous vein
  • Acute varicothrombophlebitis of tributaries of the main veins
  • Perforator vein thrombosis
  • Acute lymphangitis
  • Erysipelas of the lower extremities
  • Pulmonary embolism

State data is a "big disaster" for the human body and require careful diagnosis and specialized treatment to prevent disability in the future.




Military service and varicose veins.


Description of conditions of service in the army and their impact on health.

Military service conditions can have a significant impact on health with varicose veins. Military service often involves standing for long periods of time, doing heavy physical work, carrying heavy equipment and ammunition, and long journeys in cars and other vehicles. All of these factors can exacerbate the symptoms of varicose veins and lead to painful complications such as thrombosis, ulcers, and inflammation. In order to reduce the risk of these complications, military personnel with varicose veins should take preventive measures and follow the recommendations of the doctor. They should also use special compression stockings or bandages to improve circulation and reduce pressure on the veins. In addition, it is important to follow a diet and exercise regimen, which can help improve blood flow and strengthen the walls of the veins. In general, the conditions of service in the military can affect the health of varicose veins, but following the necessary prevention and treatment measures can help minimize the risks and keep the soldier healthy.


How varicose veins can get worse during service:

  • Standing on your feet for long periods of time can impair circulation and put more stress on your veins, which can make varicose veins worse.
  • Hard physical work can lead to increased pain and an increased risk of complications.
  • Wearing heavy equipment and projectiles can increase the load on the veins and lead to the development of varicose changes.
  • Long journeys in cars and other vehicles can aggravate the symptoms of varicose veins and lead to impaired blood flow.
  • Failure to follow the doctor's recommendations and improper treatment of varicose veins can lead to the development of complications and aggravation of the disease during service


What to do if you are already in the military and have varicose veins


What steps can be taken to reduce the risk of worsening varicose veins

There are a number of steps you can take to reduce the risk of worsening varicose veins in the military. First of all, military personnel must follow the recommendations of the doctor and undergo regular medical examinations in order to promptly identify and treat varicose changes. It is also important to wear special compression stockings or bandages to improve blood circulation and reduce pressure on the veins. During exercise and work on the ground, it is necessary to take into account the characteristics of the disease and avoid stress that can aggravate the symptoms of varicose veins. In addition, it is important to monitor your health and follow a diet that includes foods rich in vitamins and minerals that help strengthen the walls of blood vessels. In addition, specific exercises that improve blood flow and strengthen muscles can be helpful, which can help reduce the risk of worsening varicose veins during service.


For ZSU fighters, Nat. Guards and TPO, phlebologists of the AngioLife Vascular Center conduct a comprehensive examination of the veins of the lower extremities with ultrasound duplex scanning for free! If necessary, they draw up programs for the prevention and effective treatment of varicose veins. 


Phones for appointment varicose treatment in Kyiv:

mob. (066) 313-33-00

mob. (068) 313-33-00  


Phones for appointments varicose treatment  in Zaporozhye :

mob. (066) 717-77-11

mob. (068) 717-77-11

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