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Result Duration

6 Weeks

Treatment Time

30min - 1h

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6 Weeks

Potential Risk

Temporary mild redness and tenderness

Potential Risk

Temporary mild redness and tenderness

Thread Veins or Red Veins usually appeared on the legs. Likely, you have never given much thought to the possibility of spider or broken veins, until they emerge on your body.

This disease with the percentile appeared on the female body more than men as many as 88 % of women and 79% of men have these veins on their legs, according to a recent study.

Small, dilated blood vessels in the skin’s living layer are medically referred to as “thread veins” when they appear on the legs. It begins as a red colour, but as they grow, the colours change from purple to red and finally green.

There is a big difference between thread veins on the face and thread veins on the leg when it comes to their position relative to our heart, which affects how we view the two types of thread veins.

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What are the causes of a Thread Veins?

Lifestyle choices including crossing one’s legs and wearing tight clothing or boots have been blamed for thread veins, which are thought to be the result of “broken capillaries.”

Due to their habitual sitting or standing, many people suffer from them. Pregnancy and ageing also increase the prevalence of these veins. Sunlight, hormone shifts, or damage are all potential triggers for the development of spider veins.

Normally-sized veins in the skin, however, have grown to abnormally large proportions. Ankle, inner knee, and lateral thigh are common locations for these sores. A bruised area may develop thread veins as a result of a mild injury. Thread veins remain in place after this has healed. Usually, varicose and spider veins are the result of damaged veins.

 They occur as a result of the weakening of the microscopic one-way valves found within the veins. As a healthy vein function, these valves send blood toward our heart. Some blood flows backward and builds up in the vein when these valves weaken. The walls of the vein are put under more strain when there is more blood in the vein.

How Thread Veins can be cured?

Thread Veins can be cured while practicing some preventive measures. Self-care to minor surgery is all alternatives for patients with this condition. To return blood to the heart, you will need to wear compression stockings as it reduces lower-leg edema and blood-clot risk by maintaining an even pressure.

However, you will still be able to see your leg veins. A dermatologist can examine you to ensure that you get the correct size and amount of compression from your stockings.

Leg vein Sclerotherapy is the most common form of this procedure. Patients have benefited from improvements in Sclerotherapy made by dermatologists throughout the years. It is being used by dermatologists to treat spider and minor varicose veins, as well.

Thread veins can also be removed with laser treatment, which is both safe and effective. Laser light is focused on the veins, causing them to rapidly heat up. Some bruising may appear on the skin’s surface as a result of the vein collapsing and breaking down due to the heat.

What to do when I have a Thread Veins?

Thread Veins appear on the legs and the face. Complications or more serious concerns are rare with thread veins. There is no need for treatment in most cases.

Fortunately, if you are bothered by them or embarrassed by how they make you seem, you can do something about it.

Contrary to trunk varicose veins, these are not painful and do not protrude through the skin’s surface like how veins do. Many people have visible red veins.

Because of this, we get a lot of questions about whether spider veins go away on their own or not.

Truth be told, people with spider veins on their legs tend to see them worsen over time. In most cases, they do not leave of their own accord.

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