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Vaginal varicosities are dilated and elongated veins in the vaginal area, which can be caused by a variety of factors such as pregnancy, hormonal changes, and chronic constipation. These varicosities can lead to symptoms such as discomfort, pain, and cosmetic concerns.
At Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors, located in Sydney, we offer a range of treatment options for vaginal varicosities. Our team of experienced medical professionals will evaluate each patient individually and recommend ethical course of treatment based on their specific case.
Compression stockings are one option, which provide compression to the affected area and may help to reduce pain and swelling. Sclerotherapy is another option, which involves injecting a solution into the veins to cause them to collapse and close off. Endovenous laser therapy is another option, which uses a laser fiber to heat and seal the vein shut. Microphlebectomy is a surgical procedure that involves making small incisions in the skin to remove the varicose veins. Pelvic floor physical therapy is another option which involves the improvement of the strength and tone of the pelvic floor muscles.
It’s important to note that treatment options vary depending on the individual case, and that ethical treatment plan will be determined by a qualified doctor after a thorough consultation and examination.
At Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors, our team of medical professionals are dedicated to providing high standard of care to our patients. Our clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and equipment. If you are suffering from vaginal varicosities and seeking treatment, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our team to discuss your options.
All you need to know about Vaginal Varicosities Treatment
The actual figure for vulvar varicosities is most likely to be much higher with many women not reporting or being diagnosed,
Vulva spider veins occur when the veins in the vulva have problems with blood flowing. These veins carry blood from the lower body and pelvis to the heart against gravity. When the blood flow is against gravity, tiny valves within the veins open and close to stop the blood from flowing backwards.
If they can stabilize blood circulation, they probably won’t notice that these veins do this important work. When more blood moves than these veins can handle, the blood in the veins collects and begins to swelling.
Your body changes during pregnancy and you are more likely to develop vulvar varicose veins.
When you become pregnant, more blood flows into your pelvis. More blood volume means that your veins have to do more work to carry that extra blood to your heart. Veins may started swelling because they cannot handle excess blood flow.
During pregnancy, the uterus grows to support the growth of the fetus. This new weight increases pressure on the pelvic area, including the veins in the vulva. The veins may be compressed, making it difficult for blood to return to the heart.
Hormone levels change during pregnancy, and some of these changes can affect the lining of your veins.
Your doctor will do a physical examination to determine if you have vulvar vein problems. During the examination, the doctor can take a closer look at your vulvar veins while you are lying down and standing. Looking at the vulva from these two angles, the doctor can see what the veins look like without pressure (when lying down) and under pressure (when standing). You can compare.
Doctors may order imaging tests to check the size of spider veins and track how much blood circulates in the veins. Diagnostic imaging can also tell your doctor if the varicose veins are only present in the vulva or if there are varicose veins in other parts of the pelvic. Your doctor can use this information to treat varicose veins.
You may not be aware of the symptoms of vascular malformations or spider vein problems. Or you may find that the vulva or visible veins looks and feels different than before.
You may see the following:
You may feel:
For women whose vulvar varicose veins do not go away after childbirth, cosmetologists can offer many ways to reduce or eliminate them over time. Sclerotherapy is a popular option among patients because it has proven to be successful and is considered a minimally invasive outpatient treatment with short recovery times.
Sclerotherapy for varicose veins Use local anesthetics at the doctor’s clinic during treatment to ensure maximum comfort during the spider veins treatment. The combination of anesthetic and sclerosing agent is then injected directly into the problematic vein and stimulated until it closes and collapses.
The collapsed veins are eventually naturally absorbed into the body, leaving smooth skin and promoting free blood flow through nearby veins that are healthy and efficient.
Vulvar varicose vein and spider viens usually disappear 6 weeks after the baby is born. In the meantime, keep the following in mind when treating your symptoms:
Spider veins may return after sclerotherapy. This is because some people are prone to spider veins because of genetics, weight gain, or a sedentary lifestyle. Others may have a condition called venous insufficiency. With proper diagnosis and treatment, spider veins can be eliminated and recurrence can be prevented.
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After every procedure, our cosmetic doctors will provide you with specific instructions and guidelines for post-treatment care. Aftercare is crucial to the health and safety of each patient as well as determining ethical outcome of your results.