Varicose vein of legs is common, affecting 1-15% of adult men and 20-25% of adult women. The leg vein normally contains multiple valves which helps the blood flow in direction of the heart. When these valves are damaged, blood starts pooling in the legs causing swelling of the legs, aching pain, heaviness, fatigue, skin discoloration, itching, varicosities (prominent vein) and if not treated it may develops non-healing ulcers in leg. Ultimately, the person is forced to lead a disabled life.
The varicose vein consists of: - A. Venous insufficiency or venous reflux at groin B. Prominent and dilated perforators. C. Dilated tortuous side branches.
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42 yrs Female
I recently had my varicose veins treated using method Radiofrequency Ablation by Dr. Pradeep Muley MD based in New Delhi. The varicose vein was causing me pain, swelling, dilated veins in leg with pigmentation around my ankle. I was unhappy with the way they looked.
I was searching the internet for cure and found Dr. Pradeep Muley MD who already treated more than 500 patients of varicose vein. I just took the appointment for a consultation. He examined my leg and explained all the different treatment options to me. He recommended the Radiofrequency Ablation treatment for my case.
35 yrs Male, Iraq
I recently visited a family for dinner who came from India, New Delhi after his wife’s varicose vein treatment She told me her pain and swelling is gone, all dilated tortuous veins have started disappearing and she was feeling very good now. I was also suffering from the same problem and also had the venous ulcer in my leg. It looked very bad and ugly. Because of pain and swelling it was not possible for me to stand even for 2-3 hrs in my shop. After seeing the improvement in my friend’s wife, I also wanted to go to New Delhi for my treatment. My local doctors were only doing surgery...
M J. Nigeria
Dear Dr Pradeep Muley
On Monday morning I underwent a procedure to repair varicose veins in both my legs by new latest technique Radiofrequency ablation. The left leg had to have more extensive problem as compared to right leg. After a mild sedation, I had a lovely sleep during the procedure. After 1 hr I was shifted to my room with a compression stockings in legs. My left leg had little pain. Dr. Muley prescribed pain killers. After 30 minutes I started walking in my room without any pain. Next day morning I went home driving car. I resumed my normal activities right from next day.
Which is best treatment option