I've had several spider vein treatments using Asclera foam. After my last treatment January 18, 2019, a small, purple, blood-filled ball appeared over my left shin, at the injection site. Now, I have necrosis about 1/2 inch in diameter. It is very painful. Is it safe to wait until the appointment I have with a doctor tomorrow?
I received Asclera injections for my legs veins. Now, I have a visible, small (1/3 inch) segment of the vein that is hardened and the area around it is red but painless. Should I be worried about this?
My 79 yr mom has leg ulcers on both feet. Asclera was injected last year. Ever since, however, she has had terrible bleeding off /on from her ulcers, esp when her feet are down. Is Asclera the cause of the bleeding? Is there anything we can do to counteract it?
I had Asclera done 13 days ago, but it wasn't until 4 days ago that I noticed a vein on the back of my right calf had started to bruise longitudinally. A day later I noticed a red, hard, painful lump. I was told my lesser saphenous vein is clotted. Is this normal?
I have spider veins on both of my ankles and feet. The veins are 1mm in diameter. I've tried other types of solutions to get rid of them but thus far I have not had the results I wanted or needed. Would Asclera work? If so, for how long?
I found out today, that I was given Asclera at my last two sclerotherapy sessions inadvertently. I am a nursing mother and was to be given saline only. As I had no idea, I nursed my baby afterwards. Should I be concerned? Do I have any recourse?
I am getting ready to make an appointment for spider vein treatment on my feet and thighs. I was diagnosed with connective tissue disease in 1997. I had sclerotherapy done in 1993 and I know for sure I had this condition at that time.