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Bruising at the injection sites usually resolves within one to two weeks. 4. Capillary matting is an increase in the number of fine red vessels Australia Mobile Number Database around the injection site. This problem may disappear on its own, or Australia Mobile Number Database can be treated by further injections. What Is Involved In The Care After Treatment? We recommended a compression Australia Mobile Number Database hose or some other type of compression dressing after treatments. These dressings are usually worn for one day following sclerotherapy and 1-2 weeks Australia Mobile Number Database after EVLT. Compression stockings come in different styles, sizes and colors.
We advise return to a normal physical activity routine after the procedure, but vigorous aerobic exercise is not recommended for 2 weeks after ELVT. Sclerotherapy patient can resume normal exercise the day after treatment. Will Abnormal Australia Mobile Number Database Veins Come Back After Treatment? After sclerotherapy for spider veins, a small number of patients who have a natural tendency to form spider veins will need yearly Australia Mobile Number Database treatments or "touch-ups". Larger varicose veins can also recur, especially if one gains weight, or does not wear compression hose. These recurrences are usually not as severe as the Australia Mobile Number Database initial episode, and can be treated with sclerotherapy or microphlebectomy.