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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 005970/004.

Names and composition

"SOTRADECOL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE.

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
005970/004 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
005970/005 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
040541/001 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20MG per 2ML (10MG per ML)
040541/002 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 60MG per 2ML (30MG per ML)

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
005970/004 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
005970/005 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
040541/001 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 20MG per 2ML (10MG per ML)
040541/002 SOTRADECOL SODIUM TETRADECYL SULFATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 60MG per 2ML (30MG per ML)

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Can someone help you to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription in any of its brand names-fibrovein?
Can some one help me to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription, in any of its brand names-fibro vein, Sotradecol etc? Asked by Elisabeth Gershman 1 year ago.

It seems that you might only be able to get Sotradecol with a prescription. Answered by Louella Soliman 1 year ago.

you ought to purchase all way of medicine on line without prescription. for my area i do no longer think of it fairly is optimal as self medicating may be a unfavorable factor with area outcomes etc. attempt doing a google seek for 'on line pharmacy' and it will arise with a lot xxxx Answered by Tim Valenta 1 year ago.

I'm sorry, I have no Idea what that is. Suppose someone you didn't know, who doesn't know you, was to buy what ever that is, and you missuse it and die...they could be charged with murder:/. Answered by Gregory Samul 1 year ago.

I am looking also Answered by Socorro Bross 1 year ago.


Spider veins?
Is there anything that will get rid of spider veins on your legs? Asked by Honey Cowen 1 year ago.

Small "spider veins" also can appear on the skin's surface. These may look like short, fine lines, "starburst" clusters, or a web-like maze. Spider veins are most common in the thighs, ankles, and feet. They may also appear on the face. Varicose and spider veins can occur in men or women of any age, but most frequently affect women of childbearing years and older. Family history of the problem and aging increase one's tendency to develop varicose and spider veins. The causes of varicose and spider veins are not entirely understood. In some instances, the absence or weakness of valves in the veins, which prevent the backward flow of blood away from the heart, may cause the poor circulation. In other cases, weaknesses in the vein walls may cause the pooling of the blood. Less commonly, varicose veins are caused by such diseases as phlebitis (inflammation of the veins) or congenital abnormalities of the veins. Venous disease is generally progressive and cannot be prevented entirely. However, in some cases, wearing support hosiery and maintaining normal weight and regular exercise may be beneficial. No. Varicose and spider veins may be primarily a cosmetic problem. Severe cases of varicose veins, especially those involving ulcers, typically require treatment. Thousands of people every year consider getting treatment for varicose veins and spider veins. Advertisements for treating venous disease often tout "unique," "permanent," "painless," or "absolutely safe" methods - making it difficult to decide on the best treatment. Check with a doctor if you are uncertain. Varicose veins are frequently treated by eliminating the "bad" veins. This forces the blood to flow through the remaining healthy veins. Various methods can be used to eliminate the problem veins, including, most commonly, surgery or sclerotherapy. Less commonly, laser or electro-cautery treatments have been used to treat the smallest spider veins, especially on the face. Surgery to treat varicose veins, commonly referred to as "stripping," is usually done under local or partial anesthesia, such as an "epidural." Here, the problematic veins are "stripped" out by passing a flexible device through the vein and removing it through an incision near the groin. Smaller tributaries of these veins also are stripped with this device or removed through a series of small incisions. Those veins that connect to the deeper veins are then tied off. This stripping method has been used since the 1950's. Spider veins cannot be removed through surgery. Sometimes, they disappear when the larger varicose veins feeding the spider veins are removed. Remaining spider veins also can be treated with "sclerotherapy." "Sclerotherapy" uses a fine needle to inject a solution directly into the vein. This solution irritates the lining of the vein, causing it to swell and the blood to clot. The vein turns into scar tissue that fades from view. Some doctors treat both varicose and spider veins with sclerotherapy. Today, the substances most commonly used in the United States are hypertonic saline or Sotradecol (sodium tetradecyl sulfate). Polidocanol (aethoxyskerol) is undergoing FDA testing but has not yet been approved in the U.S. for sclerotherapy. During sclerotherapy, after the solution is injected, the vein's surrounding tissue is generally wrapped in compression bandages for several days, causing the vein walls to stick together. Patients whose legs have been treated are put on walking regimens, which forces the blood to flow into other veins and prevents blood clots. This method and variations of it have been used since the 1920's. In most cases, more than one treatment session will be required. Answered by Antonette Imbesi 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Rona Husselbee 1 year ago.

Spider veins are also known as broken capillaries. Spider veins are tiny blood vessels no more than 2 mm in diameter that may appear on the face, legs and ankles. They are bluish, purple or red and often form a web-like netting just below the skin’s surface. Spider veins are generally just an unattractive nuisance, although when they become large they can cause heaviness in the legs, night cramps and itching. Answered by Maegan Vanacore 1 year ago.

do you mean varicose veins? those are the surface veins and paths for the blood to return to the heart and there are valves in them to prevent backflow of blood, over time the valves might be not working that optimaly due to age and weakening of veins, those constantly standing long hours will result in the formation of those unsightly varicose veins...not much can be done to rectify this..take some preventive measures if you wish.. 1. you can use a blend of some essential oils to delay or lessen the problem 2. try to raise your legs higher when you sit or lie down on bed that will help the blood return to the heart easier.... Answered by Tran Pitcairn 1 year ago.

Sclerotherapy or laser vein treatments. Both work pretty well depending on the size and color of the veins. The attached site has more information. Answered by Yuriko Frutiger 1 year ago.

i would recommend sclerotherapy or laser treatment for you. sclerotherapy treatment is done by medical professional by using salt solution and inject the solution in the effected area. this will cause the affected veins to collapse and then the area tender for days after the treatment second treatment is laser remaoval the laser will pulse light to the affected area of spider veins Answered by Qiana Titmus 1 year ago.

laser surgery works really well, but wait until after you have all your kids, because they will return during pregnancy. Answered by Katrice Sickler 1 year ago.


Harmless but unsightly veins on my legs?
The only thing that makes me crazy with self-consciousness is the visible veins on my legs. They are not varicose; they do not hurt. Apparently they're harmless but has anyone taken Vitamin K or Vitamin E and has noticed an actual difference? I exercise and eat healthy. Asked by Tony Helde 1 year ago.

These are easily treated with injections for $200-$400 and if caught early can help prevent progression to worsening problems. Also if you are on your feet a lot then support stockings willl slow the progression. The creams do not get rid of the veins but may also help prevent the spread. Just make sure you go to someone who uses polidocanol or sotradecol for injection not "saline" because believe it or not the saline has more side effects and hurts. The other solutions are virtually painless. Most people this is hereditary and you get more as time goes on. Find someone you can trust to do touch ups every year or two. Answered by Coleen Bax 1 year ago.

I believe it's most important to be modest.But modesty does no longer simply come from what garments you put on,it is a center perspective.You could have a Christian lady together with her skirt correct right down to her ankles,however she maybe a shrew who's regularly hanging down her peers,different ladies,different church goers.Or you'll have a Christian lady with a knee period skirt and a tee blouse who's constructing different folks up,sort to all,and humble.We must make certain that we do not fall into the lure of skirt or sleeve period being a degree of spirituality. Answered by Todd Gizinski 1 year ago.


What is a simple, inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of varicose veins?
I'm only 22 years old and already I have a varicose vein that has gotten progressively worse over the past couple years. It really makes me uncomfortable about my legs. I am just wondering if there is any simple and inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of the vein. Other than surgery of course. Asked by Joannie Reagor 1 year ago.

Go to Home Depot and hold your leg up to the paint "Color Match" scanner to buy some nice matching interior/exterior latex paint. Use a 4" roller and you can apply it in no time. Nobody will know. That is simple & inexpensive.... Otherwise, you have to go to the doctor.... There are a couple common drugs that you could ask your doctor about: Sotradecol IV and Sodium Tetradecyl Sulfate IV. Both are injected in the area of the enlarged veins. The results vary between patients. Surgery is the other choice. Answered by Jeanetta Couturier 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Mozell Schutzenhofer 1 year ago.


Can someone help you to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription in any of its brand names-fibrovein?
Can some one help me to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription, in any of its brand names-fibro vein, Sotradecol etc? Asked by Eliseo Braseth 1 year ago.

It seems that you might only be able to get Sotradecol with a prescription. Answered by Gene Touma 1 year ago.

you ought to purchase all way of medicine on line without prescription. for my area i do no longer think of it fairly is optimal as self medicating may be a unfavorable factor with area outcomes etc. attempt doing a google seek for 'on line pharmacy' and it will arise with a lot xxxx Answered by Bulah Knupke 1 year ago.

I'm sorry, I have no Idea what that is. Suppose someone you didn't know, who doesn't know you, was to buy what ever that is, and you missuse it and die...they could be charged with murder:/. Answered by Ludie Boyken 1 year ago.

I am looking also Answered by Hailey Hersom 1 year ago.


Spider veins?
Is there anything that will get rid of spider veins on your legs? Asked by Kum Zani 1 year ago.

Small "spider veins" also can appear on the skin's surface. These may look like short, fine lines, "starburst" clusters, or a web-like maze. Spider veins are most common in the thighs, ankles, and feet. They may also appear on the face. Varicose and spider veins can occur in men or women of any age, but most frequently affect women of childbearing years and older. Family history of the problem and aging increase one's tendency to develop varicose and spider veins. The causes of varicose and spider veins are not entirely understood. In some instances, the absence or weakness of valves in the veins, which prevent the backward flow of blood away from the heart, may cause the poor circulation. In other cases, weaknesses in the vein walls may cause the pooling of the blood. Less commonly, varicose veins are caused by such diseases as phlebitis (inflammation of the veins) or congenital abnormalities of the veins. Venous disease is generally progressive and cannot be prevented entirely. However, in some cases, wearing support hosiery and maintaining normal weight and regular exercise may be beneficial. No. Varicose and spider veins may be primarily a cosmetic problem. Severe cases of varicose veins, especially those involving ulcers, typically require treatment. Thousands of people every year consider getting treatment for varicose veins and spider veins. Advertisements for treating venous disease often tout "unique," "permanent," "painless," or "absolutely safe" methods - making it difficult to decide on the best treatment. Check with a doctor if you are uncertain. Varicose veins are frequently treated by eliminating the "bad" veins. This forces the blood to flow through the remaining healthy veins. Various methods can be used to eliminate the problem veins, including, most commonly, surgery or sclerotherapy. Less commonly, laser or electro-cautery treatments have been used to treat the smallest spider veins, especially on the face. Surgery to treat varicose veins, commonly referred to as "stripping," is usually done under local or partial anesthesia, such as an "epidural." Here, the problematic veins are "stripped" out by passing a flexible device through the vein and removing it through an incision near the groin. Smaller tributaries of these veins also are stripped with this device or removed through a series of small incisions. Those veins that connect to the deeper veins are then tied off. This stripping method has been used since the 1950's. Spider veins cannot be removed through surgery. Sometimes, they disappear when the larger varicose veins feeding the spider veins are removed. Remaining spider veins also can be treated with "sclerotherapy." "Sclerotherapy" uses a fine needle to inject a solution directly into the vein. This solution irritates the lining of the vein, causing it to swell and the blood to clot. The vein turns into scar tissue that fades from view. Some doctors treat both varicose and spider veins with sclerotherapy. Today, the substances most commonly used in the United States are hypertonic saline or Sotradecol (sodium tetradecyl sulfate). Polidocanol (aethoxyskerol) is undergoing FDA testing but has not yet been approved in the U.S. for sclerotherapy. During sclerotherapy, after the solution is injected, the vein's surrounding tissue is generally wrapped in compression bandages for several days, causing the vein walls to stick together. Patients whose legs have been treated are put on walking regimens, which forces the blood to flow into other veins and prevents blood clots. This method and variations of it have been used since the 1920's. In most cases, more than one treatment session will be required. Answered by Lacy Rabey 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Celinda Sirls 1 year ago.

Spider veins are also known as broken capillaries. Spider veins are tiny blood vessels no more than 2 mm in diameter that may appear on the face, legs and ankles. They are bluish, purple or red and often form a web-like netting just below the skin’s surface. Spider veins are generally just an unattractive nuisance, although when they become large they can cause heaviness in the legs, night cramps and itching. Answered by Shila Veater 1 year ago.

do you mean varicose veins? those are the surface veins and paths for the blood to return to the heart and there are valves in them to prevent backflow of blood, over time the valves might be not working that optimaly due to age and weakening of veins, those constantly standing long hours will result in the formation of those unsightly varicose veins...not much can be done to rectify this..take some preventive measures if you wish.. 1. you can use a blend of some essential oils to delay or lessen the problem 2. try to raise your legs higher when you sit or lie down on bed that will help the blood return to the heart easier.... Answered by Alesia Lum 1 year ago.

Sclerotherapy or laser vein treatments. Both work pretty well depending on the size and color of the veins. The attached site has more information. Answered by Antonia Varvil 1 year ago.

i would recommend sclerotherapy or laser treatment for you. sclerotherapy treatment is done by medical professional by using salt solution and inject the solution in the effected area. this will cause the affected veins to collapse and then the area tender for days after the treatment second treatment is laser remaoval the laser will pulse light to the affected area of spider veins Answered by Keeley Faiella 1 year ago.

laser surgery works really well, but wait until after you have all your kids, because they will return during pregnancy. Answered by Gemma Heppler 1 year ago.


Harmless but unsightly veins on my legs?
The only thing that makes me crazy with self-consciousness is the visible veins on my legs. They are not varicose; they do not hurt. Apparently they're harmless but has anyone taken Vitamin K or Vitamin E and has noticed an actual difference? I exercise and eat healthy. Asked by Mitsue Cisar 1 year ago.

These are easily treated with injections for $200-$400 and if caught early can help prevent progression to worsening problems. Also if you are on your feet a lot then support stockings willl slow the progression. The creams do not get rid of the veins but may also help prevent the spread. Just make sure you go to someone who uses polidocanol or sotradecol for injection not "saline" because believe it or not the saline has more side effects and hurts. The other solutions are virtually painless. Most people this is hereditary and you get more as time goes on. Find someone you can trust to do touch ups every year or two. Answered by Kyle Guiski 1 year ago.

I believe it's most important to be modest.But modesty does no longer simply come from what garments you put on,it is a center perspective.You could have a Christian lady together with her skirt correct right down to her ankles,however she maybe a shrew who's regularly hanging down her peers,different ladies,different church goers.Or you'll have a Christian lady with a knee period skirt and a tee blouse who's constructing different folks up,sort to all,and humble.We must make certain that we do not fall into the lure of skirt or sleeve period being a degree of spirituality. Answered by Arlinda Nederostek 1 year ago.


What is a simple, inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of varicose veins?
I'm only 22 years old and already I have a varicose vein that has gotten progressively worse over the past couple years. It really makes me uncomfortable about my legs. I am just wondering if there is any simple and inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of the vein. Other than surgery of course. Asked by Timika Cromey 1 year ago.

Go to Home Depot and hold your leg up to the paint "Color Match" scanner to buy some nice matching interior/exterior latex paint. Use a 4" roller and you can apply it in no time. Nobody will know. That is simple & inexpensive.... Otherwise, you have to go to the doctor.... There are a couple common drugs that you could ask your doctor about: Sotradecol IV and Sodium Tetradecyl Sulfate IV. Both are injected in the area of the enlarged veins. The results vary between patients. Surgery is the other choice. Answered by Eleni Gabisi 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Rochelle Colin 1 year ago.


Can someone help you to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription in any of its brand names-fibrovein?
Can some one help me to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription, in any of its brand names-fibro vein, Sotradecol etc? Asked by Wilma Noori 1 year ago.

It seems that you might only be able to get Sotradecol with a prescription. Answered by Carry Terrebonne 1 year ago.

you ought to purchase all way of medicine on line without prescription. for my area i do no longer think of it fairly is optimal as self medicating may be a unfavorable factor with area outcomes etc. attempt doing a google seek for 'on line pharmacy' and it will arise with a lot xxxx Answered by Tomika Waltzer 1 year ago.

I'm sorry, I have no Idea what that is. Suppose someone you didn't know, who doesn't know you, was to buy what ever that is, and you missuse it and die...they could be charged with murder:/. Answered by Matilda Lafkas 1 year ago.

I am looking also Answered by Katerine Omelia 1 year ago.


Spider veins?
Is there anything that will get rid of spider veins on your legs? Asked by Tamara Deighton 1 year ago.

Small "spider veins" also can appear on the skin's surface. These may look like short, fine lines, "starburst" clusters, or a web-like maze. Spider veins are most common in the thighs, ankles, and feet. They may also appear on the face. Varicose and spider veins can occur in men or women of any age, but most frequently affect women of childbearing years and older. Family history of the problem and aging increase one's tendency to develop varicose and spider veins. The causes of varicose and spider veins are not entirely understood. In some instances, the absence or weakness of valves in the veins, which prevent the backward flow of blood away from the heart, may cause the poor circulation. In other cases, weaknesses in the vein walls may cause the pooling of the blood. Less commonly, varicose veins are caused by such diseases as phlebitis (inflammation of the veins) or congenital abnormalities of the veins. Venous disease is generally progressive and cannot be prevented entirely. However, in some cases, wearing support hosiery and maintaining normal weight and regular exercise may be beneficial. No. Varicose and spider veins may be primarily a cosmetic problem. Severe cases of varicose veins, especially those involving ulcers, typically require treatment. Thousands of people every year consider getting treatment for varicose veins and spider veins. Advertisements for treating venous disease often tout "unique," "permanent," "painless," or "absolutely safe" methods - making it difficult to decide on the best treatment. Check with a doctor if you are uncertain. Varicose veins are frequently treated by eliminating the "bad" veins. This forces the blood to flow through the remaining healthy veins. Various methods can be used to eliminate the problem veins, including, most commonly, surgery or sclerotherapy. Less commonly, laser or electro-cautery treatments have been used to treat the smallest spider veins, especially on the face. Surgery to treat varicose veins, commonly referred to as "stripping," is usually done under local or partial anesthesia, such as an "epidural." Here, the problematic veins are "stripped" out by passing a flexible device through the vein and removing it through an incision near the groin. Smaller tributaries of these veins also are stripped with this device or removed through a series of small incisions. Those veins that connect to the deeper veins are then tied off. This stripping method has been used since the 1950's. Spider veins cannot be removed through surgery. Sometimes, they disappear when the larger varicose veins feeding the spider veins are removed. Remaining spider veins also can be treated with "sclerotherapy." "Sclerotherapy" uses a fine needle to inject a solution directly into the vein. This solution irritates the lining of the vein, causing it to swell and the blood to clot. The vein turns into scar tissue that fades from view. Some doctors treat both varicose and spider veins with sclerotherapy. Today, the substances most commonly used in the United States are hypertonic saline or Sotradecol (sodium tetradecyl sulfate). Polidocanol (aethoxyskerol) is undergoing FDA testing but has not yet been approved in the U.S. for sclerotherapy. During sclerotherapy, after the solution is injected, the vein's surrounding tissue is generally wrapped in compression bandages for several days, causing the vein walls to stick together. Patients whose legs have been treated are put on walking regimens, which forces the blood to flow into other veins and prevents blood clots. This method and variations of it have been used since the 1920's. In most cases, more than one treatment session will be required. Answered by Penni Trusty 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Fae Fogerson 1 year ago.

Spider veins are also known as broken capillaries. Spider veins are tiny blood vessels no more than 2 mm in diameter that may appear on the face, legs and ankles. They are bluish, purple or red and often form a web-like netting just below the skin’s surface. Spider veins are generally just an unattractive nuisance, although when they become large they can cause heaviness in the legs, night cramps and itching. Answered by Emil Lautner 1 year ago.

do you mean varicose veins? those are the surface veins and paths for the blood to return to the heart and there are valves in them to prevent backflow of blood, over time the valves might be not working that optimaly due to age and weakening of veins, those constantly standing long hours will result in the formation of those unsightly varicose veins...not much can be done to rectify this..take some preventive measures if you wish.. 1. you can use a blend of some essential oils to delay or lessen the problem 2. try to raise your legs higher when you sit or lie down on bed that will help the blood return to the heart easier.... Answered by Peggie Swelt 1 year ago.

Sclerotherapy or laser vein treatments. Both work pretty well depending on the size and color of the veins. The attached site has more information. Answered by Lavonna Kuwahara 1 year ago.

i would recommend sclerotherapy or laser treatment for you. sclerotherapy treatment is done by medical professional by using salt solution and inject the solution in the effected area. this will cause the affected veins to collapse and then the area tender for days after the treatment second treatment is laser remaoval the laser will pulse light to the affected area of spider veins Answered by Andre Muldowney 1 year ago.

laser surgery works really well, but wait until after you have all your kids, because they will return during pregnancy. Answered by Rhett Makanani 1 year ago.


Harmless but unsightly veins on my legs?
The only thing that makes me crazy with self-consciousness is the visible veins on my legs. They are not varicose; they do not hurt. Apparently they're harmless but has anyone taken Vitamin K or Vitamin E and has noticed an actual difference? I exercise and eat healthy. Asked by Candi Jesperson 1 year ago.

These are easily treated with injections for $200-$400 and if caught early can help prevent progression to worsening problems. Also if you are on your feet a lot then support stockings willl slow the progression. The creams do not get rid of the veins but may also help prevent the spread. Just make sure you go to someone who uses polidocanol or sotradecol for injection not "saline" because believe it or not the saline has more side effects and hurts. The other solutions are virtually painless. Most people this is hereditary and you get more as time goes on. Find someone you can trust to do touch ups every year or two. Answered by Grady Pizzolato 1 year ago.

I believe it's most important to be modest.But modesty does no longer simply come from what garments you put on,it is a center perspective.You could have a Christian lady together with her skirt correct right down to her ankles,however she maybe a shrew who's regularly hanging down her peers,different ladies,different church goers.Or you'll have a Christian lady with a knee period skirt and a tee blouse who's constructing different folks up,sort to all,and humble.We must make certain that we do not fall into the lure of skirt or sleeve period being a degree of spirituality. Answered by Daniella Pease 1 year ago.


What is a simple, inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of varicose veins?
I'm only 22 years old and already I have a varicose vein that has gotten progressively worse over the past couple years. It really makes me uncomfortable about my legs. I am just wondering if there is any simple and inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of the vein. Other than surgery of course. Asked by Iola Scherz 1 year ago.

Go to Home Depot and hold your leg up to the paint "Color Match" scanner to buy some nice matching interior/exterior latex paint. Use a 4" roller and you can apply it in no time. Nobody will know. That is simple & inexpensive.... Otherwise, you have to go to the doctor.... There are a couple common drugs that you could ask your doctor about: Sotradecol IV and Sodium Tetradecyl Sulfate IV. Both are injected in the area of the enlarged veins. The results vary between patients. Surgery is the other choice. Answered by Angeline Righetti 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Marisha Bacca 1 year ago.


Can someone help you to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription in any of its brand names-fibrovein?
Can some one help me to buy Sodium tetradecyl sulfate without prescription, in any of its brand names-fibro vein, Sotradecol etc? Asked by Gwenn Hutchcroft 1 year ago.

It seems that you might only be able to get Sotradecol with a prescription. Answered by Carisa Gonzolez 1 year ago.

you ought to purchase all way of medicine on line without prescription. for my area i do no longer think of it fairly is optimal as self medicating may be a unfavorable factor with area outcomes etc. attempt doing a google seek for 'on line pharmacy' and it will arise with a lot xxxx Answered by Chun Haverty 1 year ago.

I'm sorry, I have no Idea what that is. Suppose someone you didn't know, who doesn't know you, was to buy what ever that is, and you missuse it and die...they could be charged with murder:/. Answered by Brain Cirigliano 1 year ago.

I am looking also Answered by Yasmin Bedrosian 1 year ago.


Spider veins?
Is there anything that will get rid of spider veins on your legs? Asked by Jammie Desparrois 1 year ago.

Small "spider veins" also can appear on the skin's surface. These may look like short, fine lines, "starburst" clusters, or a web-like maze. Spider veins are most common in the thighs, ankles, and feet. They may also appear on the face. Varicose and spider veins can occur in men or women of any age, but most frequently affect women of childbearing years and older. Family history of the problem and aging increase one's tendency to develop varicose and spider veins. The causes of varicose and spider veins are not entirely understood. In some instances, the absence or weakness of valves in the veins, which prevent the backward flow of blood away from the heart, may cause the poor circulation. In other cases, weaknesses in the vein walls may cause the pooling of the blood. Less commonly, varicose veins are caused by such diseases as phlebitis (inflammation of the veins) or congenital abnormalities of the veins. Venous disease is generally progressive and cannot be prevented entirely. However, in some cases, wearing support hosiery and maintaining normal weight and regular exercise may be beneficial. No. Varicose and spider veins may be primarily a cosmetic problem. Severe cases of varicose veins, especially those involving ulcers, typically require treatment. Thousands of people every year consider getting treatment for varicose veins and spider veins. Advertisements for treating venous disease often tout "unique," "permanent," "painless," or "absolutely safe" methods - making it difficult to decide on the best treatment. Check with a doctor if you are uncertain. Varicose veins are frequently treated by eliminating the "bad" veins. This forces the blood to flow through the remaining healthy veins. Various methods can be used to eliminate the problem veins, including, most commonly, surgery or sclerotherapy. Less commonly, laser or electro-cautery treatments have been used to treat the smallest spider veins, especially on the face. Surgery to treat varicose veins, commonly referred to as "stripping," is usually done under local or partial anesthesia, such as an "epidural." Here, the problematic veins are "stripped" out by passing a flexible device through the vein and removing it through an incision near the groin. Smaller tributaries of these veins also are stripped with this device or removed through a series of small incisions. Those veins that connect to the deeper veins are then tied off. This stripping method has been used since the 1950's. Spider veins cannot be removed through surgery. Sometimes, they disappear when the larger varicose veins feeding the spider veins are removed. Remaining spider veins also can be treated with "sclerotherapy." "Sclerotherapy" uses a fine needle to inject a solution directly into the vein. This solution irritates the lining of the vein, causing it to swell and the blood to clot. The vein turns into scar tissue that fades from view. Some doctors treat both varicose and spider veins with sclerotherapy. Today, the substances most commonly used in the United States are hypertonic saline or Sotradecol (sodium tetradecyl sulfate). Polidocanol (aethoxyskerol) is undergoing FDA testing but has not yet been approved in the U.S. for sclerotherapy. During sclerotherapy, after the solution is injected, the vein's surrounding tissue is generally wrapped in compression bandages for several days, causing the vein walls to stick together. Patients whose legs have been treated are put on walking regimens, which forces the blood to flow into other veins and prevents blood clots. This method and variations of it have been used since the 1920's. In most cases, more than one treatment session will be required. Answered by Iva Muckelvaney 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Berry Rides 1 year ago.

Spider veins are also known as broken capillaries. Spider veins are tiny blood vessels no more than 2 mm in diameter that may appear on the face, legs and ankles. They are bluish, purple or red and often form a web-like netting just below the skin’s surface. Spider veins are generally just an unattractive nuisance, although when they become large they can cause heaviness in the legs, night cramps and itching. Answered by Minerva Scharpman 1 year ago.

do you mean varicose veins? those are the surface veins and paths for the blood to return to the heart and there are valves in them to prevent backflow of blood, over time the valves might be not working that optimaly due to age and weakening of veins, those constantly standing long hours will result in the formation of those unsightly varicose veins...not much can be done to rectify this..take some preventive measures if you wish.. 1. you can use a blend of some essential oils to delay or lessen the problem 2. try to raise your legs higher when you sit or lie down on bed that will help the blood return to the heart easier.... Answered by Lisette Jansons 1 year ago.

Sclerotherapy or laser vein treatments. Both work pretty well depending on the size and color of the veins. The attached site has more information. Answered by Willodean Sinibaldi 1 year ago.

i would recommend sclerotherapy or laser treatment for you. sclerotherapy treatment is done by medical professional by using salt solution and inject the solution in the effected area. this will cause the affected veins to collapse and then the area tender for days after the treatment second treatment is laser remaoval the laser will pulse light to the affected area of spider veins Answered by Drema Wanser 1 year ago.

laser surgery works really well, but wait until after you have all your kids, because they will return during pregnancy. Answered by Alissa Bugtong 1 year ago.


Harmless but unsightly veins on my legs?
The only thing that makes me crazy with self-consciousness is the visible veins on my legs. They are not varicose; they do not hurt. Apparently they're harmless but has anyone taken Vitamin K or Vitamin E and has noticed an actual difference? I exercise and eat healthy. Asked by Helene Wolsted 1 year ago.

These are easily treated with injections for $200-$400 and if caught early can help prevent progression to worsening problems. Also if you are on your feet a lot then support stockings willl slow the progression. The creams do not get rid of the veins but may also help prevent the spread. Just make sure you go to someone who uses polidocanol or sotradecol for injection not "saline" because believe it or not the saline has more side effects and hurts. The other solutions are virtually painless. Most people this is hereditary and you get more as time goes on. Find someone you can trust to do touch ups every year or two. Answered by Grisel Deforrest 1 year ago.

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What is a simple, inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of varicose veins?
I'm only 22 years old and already I have a varicose vein that has gotten progressively worse over the past couple years. It really makes me uncomfortable about my legs. I am just wondering if there is any simple and inexpensive way to reduce the appearance of the vein. Other than surgery of course. Asked by Lyda Glaze 1 year ago.

Go to Home Depot and hold your leg up to the paint "Color Match" scanner to buy some nice matching interior/exterior latex paint. Use a 4" roller and you can apply it in no time. Nobody will know. That is simple & inexpensive.... Otherwise, you have to go to the doctor.... There are a couple common drugs that you could ask your doctor about: Sotradecol IV and Sodium Tetradecyl Sulfate IV. Both are injected in the area of the enlarged veins. The results vary between patients. Surgery is the other choice. Answered by Tess Berendt 1 year ago.

When I turned 28 I already had been in pain, embarrassed, and scared of becoming pregnant. I didn't want my big blue varicose veins to get worse. The All Natural Varicose & Spider Vein Solution program was an easy read and easy to do. Within 21 days there was a big difference in how my legs looked and I can wear shorts without feeling embarrassed. I feel so much better with more energy and for giving me back a healthier body, and the legs that a 28 year old should have. Naturally heal your veins? Answered by Sun Rodrigues 1 year ago.


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