warfrin and scelotherapy/laser treatment for varicose veins
I have atrial fib and take 5mg jantoven daily. I want to get laser vein removal of my varicose and spider veins on my legs. Is this safe for me? Is it necessary to stop the jantoven and for how long? What happens to the blood in the vein, I have been told it is re-absorbed into the blood stream. How does this happen. Are there risk of blood clots in my legs?
I, too am interested in vein treatment (endovenous laser). I spent weeks researching the right vein treatment for me and have yet to come across the excellent questions you pose. I will be watching to see if anyone responds with answers to your questions.
I have done weeks of research and recommend the following:
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