First of all, you would need to schedule an appointment with a vascular specialist.
During the first consultation, an ultrasound should be done to eliminate any problems with the main vein. Knowing that there is a healthy blood flow in your leg, the surgeon may suggest the sclerotherapy treatment - a series of injections of the solution to close off and shrink the diseased veins.
For large varicosities, ultrasound is often used to guide the injections into underlying vessels not seen on the surface of the skin. This delivers medication into a precise location safely and accurately to achieve superior long-lasting results.
In case there is a problem with the main vein, the laser surgery (EVLT) should be done first. Endovascular laser therapy (EVLT) is the most effective and least invasive procedure to treat many symptoms.
Ambulatory phlebectomy is also known as a successful treatment for varicose veins of the foot. Under local anesthesia, the diseased veins are delicately extracted using specially designed hooks. The incisions are truly stab wounds and are so small, no stitches are required and there is virtually no scarring.
With any alarming symptoms, it is always important to seek a medical advice and get help.