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spider vein removal?

I'm thinking about getting my spider veins injected - anyone have the procedure done? Were your results good? Did you need follow-up?

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My mother has had this done various times. She has both Varicose (Sp?) and Spider veins. She chose a simple saline solution. The treatment was painful, and only chamged the appearance on her legs for a  month or so. The veins came back. Other treatments are available. Make sure you know what you're getting yourself into. Good luck!
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I had varicose veins and spider veins treated last summer. my varicose veins were done with laser. That was very effective. The smaller varicose veins and spider veins were injected. That was not very painful and it to wan effective. You can see results immediately! I am glad I did it. Let me know if you have other questions.  I would make sure that the DR is a good one that has done tons of these procedures - my grandma had it done and she had some problems.
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Does anyone know if most health insurance covers the cost of spider vein removal? I have ugly spider veins on the back of my right  leg and am quite anxious to have them removed, however i cant afford to pay out-of-pocket.
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I tried venorid cream for my spider veins and i got excellent result. No need follow ups. But it willt ake 2 months to completely gone.
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My cousin suggested venorid serum for my paining varicose veins. I am not able to walk much due to heavy pain. After applying this serum for around two months, i am now walking without pain and  i can see some improvement in veins also.
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i had red veins two years back then i got to know abt venorid .i applied twice a day.it completely cured up my red veins.i suggest some of my friends too.they said good
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