Can some one help me I have vaginal varicose veins n can u say they are really painful I'm 31weeks pregnant n so far j can't wait to get over this pregnancy. I've been wearing a maternity underware but I don't know if there is sumghing else I t can make them less painful because if I use only regular undies I can't stand them half day I feel.really heavy dam there.
Vulvar varicose ties can be miserable. These arise from reflux of blood into pelvic veins which then produce back pressure into the veins leading from the upper, inner thighs through the vulva. These will reduce post-partum but can remain a significant issue long term. Treatment, when they persist, is typically sclerotherapy where a foam is injected into the vein to scar it down. Several variations of support devices are made with the objective of providing compression to the vulva for symptomatic relief. One is The V-Brace available at www.fembrace.com. Another is the Baby Belly Band available at www.babybellyband.com. Good luck!
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