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Varicose disease - what will happen if not treated?

Varicose disease - what will happen if not treated? | AngioLife®

Varicose veins are a more serious and dangerous disease than just "swollen" veins. There are many "pitfalls" that appear on the surface in the form of complications if varicose veins are not treated! Running forms of varicose veins have a negative effect on the entire human body. Venous congestion causes an increase in venous pressure in the venules (the smallest veins). As soon as the pressure in the venules equals the pressure of the arterial capillaries, a decrease in the flow of arterial blood occurs, which leads to chronic oxygen starvation. Oxygen starvation leads to disruption of cell metabolism and ultimately to cell death. In the future, venous congestion leads to the accumulation of metabolic products and toxic substances in the tissues. The walls of the veins begin to condense and change. Due to trophic disturbance, scar tissue is formed - induction, eczema, cellulitis, irreversible changes in the skin and subcutaneous fat layer occur.

The most serious complications of varicose veins are:

  • thrombophlebitis
  • varices bleeding
  • skin tightening
  • trophic ulcers
  • the formation of intraluminal thrombi
  • compaction of subcutaneous fat
  • eczema, dermatitis, etc.
  • degeneration of trophic ulcers into malignant neoplasms

The above complications of varicose veins are extremely dangerous, and significantly affect the quality of life of any person. Therefore, with the slightest problems with the legs, you must contact a vascular surgeon or phlebologist. Do not waste your time and money, you should not be treated with folk remedies, on your own or with pseudo-healers - this will not bring success! The most precious thing in treating varicose veins is time. The longer you do not contact specialists, the faster the above complications will appear!







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