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The veins in my legs, arms, and chest are visible but they don't hurt. Is Clarivein a good treatment option?
ClariVein - 3 weeks ago1 answer
I'm shy to wear short pants because of these veins.
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What treatment will get rid of spider veins?
ClariVein - 2 months ago2 answers
I have multiple spider veins on both legs as a result of standing on cement floors for over 30 years. Can I get help to improve the look of my legs?
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Swollen right foot
ClariVein - 9 months ago2 answers
I had an ablation and sclerotherapy on my right leg in May this year. Since then, I have terrible pain. My foot is very swollen, and it won't come down no matter what I do. I can't live like this anymore. Please can you help me. I just don't know anymore.
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Which treatment should I get for my varicose veins?
ClariVein - 9 months ago2 answers
Hello. I have had varicose veins for 4 years, and they have progressed day by day and have become recursive. Which one is more convenient and is less invasive? Venaseal, Clarivein or RF(EVRF)?
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I have noticed most doctors prefer EVLT over VenaSeal or ClariVein? Why is one not covered by insurance?
ClariVein - 12 months ago2 answers
I have noticed most doctors shy away from Venaseal or Clarivien, and always offer EVLA or EVLT? Aren't the other procedures less invasive? Is there an insurance issue there?
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Am I being treated properly, or should I seek treatment from another physician?
ClariVein - 1 year ago1 answer
Still have pain and bulging. Had GSV done by previous surgeon who performed microphlebectomies, but my veins still hurt. They did another ultrasound and saw my LSV had VI! They did ClariVein from my ankle up to where the other doctor began below my knee. I have some numbness near my ankle, which was why he did ClariVein and not VNUS, but I am numb anyway. Now, calf veins are still bulging and I have some new ones! Nurse said come back in six months but they tingle. What should I do?
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After a 20-minute walk, pain starts in my treated leg. Do you know why this is happening? Is what I'm feeling normal?
ClariVein - 2 years ago7 answers
After a 20-minute walk, pain starts in my treated leg. Do you know why this is happening? Is what I'm feeling normal? The pain stops after I walk. I'm 47 years old, male, non-smoker, non-diabetic, weight 75kg.c
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