Varicose vein treatment sessions generally last about 20 to 30 minutes. The number of sessions varies depending on the severity of your condition and your individual response to treatment. These are only guidelines and in your case, it may be different.
Ambulatory phlebectomy or microsurgery permanently eliminates diseased veins. Sclerotherapy too, so they do not reappear once the treatment is completed. However, no procedure can prevent the appearance of new diseased veins.
Each session lasts approximately what a consultation. Each patient is different from the other, so the number of sessions depends on the severity of the condition. The average number of sessions is 8-10, however this is an example, since your particular case may be different.
Since the treatment is carried out with fine punctures to introduce the sclerosant into the veins and prior anesthetic gel, most find it slightly uncomfortable but not painful.
There is no medicine that will make varicose veins or spider veins disappear. Anti-varicose drugs (pills, ointments or gel) basically control the symptoms produced by varicose veins, that is, pain, heaviness and cramps, mainly.
No, there are usually no visible scars after 3-4 months, which aesthetically improve over time.
You can immediately return to your daily work activity, including sports. You should only use compression stockings for one or two weeks.