1.- YOU MUST USE COMPRESSIVE BANDAGE.
The bandage time is variable In Varices of smaller caliber (thin) will be used 7 to 10 days
In larger veins (thick) will be used for longer (up to 30 days)
2.- AVOID THE SUN.
If you can not avoid sun exposure you should use a sunscreen +50
Sun exposure can pigment the skin on the path where the vein was.
3.- AVOID EXERCISE.
Since the badly placed bandage is very uncomfortable, it can injure the skin at the level of the ankle and back of the knee, as the bandage is of high compression.
4.- IN CASE OF DISCOMFORT, CALL THE TREATING DOCTOR.
5.- ON THE OCCASIONS YOU CAN PRESENT PIGMENTATION OF THE SKIN AT THE LEVEL OF THE TREATED VENUE.
This is because the use of the bandage has not been adequate, in those cases to go to extract the blood clotted in that area, since it is the cause in times of pain and pigmentation, in some people the vein becomes hard and sometimes it is painful with time it disappears.
6.- EQUIMOSIS (BRUISES)
In some patients more than in others and the size is also variable, as well as the time to disappear.
7.- REMEMBER that if you use the bandage and follow the instructions of the Dr. you will have better results and you will not have discomfort.
8.- AFTER RELEASING THE PATIENT
the Dr. will determine some revisions during the course of the year.