Sclerotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure used for decades to safely and successfully treat varicose and spider veins safely and successfully. Over half of all Americans have been diagnosed with one of these problems, which frequently have unpleasant or severe side effects. Furthermore, these twisted veins can cause significant health issues in the future. If you are interested in sclerotherapy treatments in Boise, you should first talk to an expert and figure out whether you are a good candidate for sclerotherapy.
You will be deemed a suitable candidate for this treatment if you are between 30 and 60. It may, however, also be fine for you if you are in your twenties or older than 60. The only way to know if this treatment is correct is to discuss your concerns and goals with a vein expert.
Who is a good candidate for sclerotherapy?
Adults in relatively good health and concerned about varicose or spider veins are considered good candidates for sclerotherapy. There are, however, certain exceptions. If you are breastfeeding, attempting to become pregnant, or pregnant, it makes no difference how old or healthy you are. You should also avoid having this treatment until it has been more than 90 days after you last breastfed. An initial screening is generally required to ensure you are a good candidate for this treatment.
During this evaluation, your doctor will diagnose your problems, examine your areas of concern, and discuss your general and current health. It is also important to remember that to be deemed a suitable candidate for this disordered vein treatment method, you must have reasonable expectations regarding the entire process. Finally, you must be able to follow all preparatory and post-treatment care instructions.
Who is not a good candidate for sclerotherapy?
If bedridden, you may not be considered a good candidate for this treatment since walking regularly after the procedure is an essential post-treatment care step. If you have a history of clotting problems or blood clots requiring regular attention, you may also be ineligible for this treatment. A history of blood clotting may prevent you from receiving this treatment, depending on the reason and severity of the clotting. Moreover, if your dysfunctional veins could be used for a bypass procedure in the future, you may not be a good candidate for this treatment.
Schedule a consultation today.
Attending an initial evaluation is the only way to determine if this treatment suits you. If you have varicose or spider veins, schedule your initial sclerotherapy consultation.