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Done laser therapy for varicose veins. Blood and pus drainage from leg. Treatment?

Sir, My wife 40 Years old working lady, suffring from Verioce Veins problem from last 10 yaers, appx. 5 years back She got Laser Therapy Treatment for this in both leg but after teratment She have a Like elephent leg problem in Right leg and in left leg got wond, we are trying many treatment for this but failed. Right know within last couple of days She having problem of wate blood and puss in right leg, that also draining out from this right leg. And other side in left leg got some swelling and got some reddish also and fevering all the time. Request to suggest a proper and suitable treatment for this , we will be so grateful to you sir. Thanking You, SANJAY MATHUR mOB.0000
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Hi swelling after varicose veins indicates obstruction of venous drainage. Consult a surgeon and get the treatment for venous obstruction.
Answered: Sat, 7 Sep 2013
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