Removal of “Intimate” Varicose Veins
It is common for varicose veins to develop on the vulva during pregnancy, which usually disappear progressively after childbirth. However, some varicose veins do not disappear and can be bothersome and unsightly.
We have a great deal of experience in pelvic venous alterations that are the origin of these varicose veins in the intimate parts of the body. In the simplest cases, they are eliminated by direct puncture or eco-guided sclerosing foam.
Sometimes they require a more detailed study of the veins inside the pelvis.
of the pelvis. They may be related to a syndrome called PELVIC CONGESTIVE SYNDROME, the symptoms of which are usually:
● pain and heaviness in the lower abdomen after prolonged standing or at the end of the day.
● DYSPAREUNIA (PAIN DURING INTIMATE RELATIONS).