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Taken Sclerotherapy. Small dark spots, small veins in the injected area. What treatment should I take?

Hi doctor i got my veins injected for sclerotherapy over a year ago.I dint have allot of veins i was just scare they were going to start coming out more i have no kids and im 28 years.The doctor that treat me said if i wanted to keep them away i will need treatment ones a year ,well my problem is that since i got them treat some small veins came out in the spots were the injection went in also i have small dark spots around it.It actually made my legs look worst instead of better and im scare to go back to this doctor because i don t want my legs to look worst than they already look please help me. thanks
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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It appears to be stray varicosities that you are suffering from. Do not go in for sclerotherapy any more. that is not cosmetically good. You need to assess the severity of the underlying problem by doppler test. Accordingly treatment by a surgeon would be ideal.
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