Varicose veins during pregnancy: we do prophylaxis and treat at home
Pregnancy is a wonderful period in a woman’s life. Omnipulate it can various pathologies and physiological changes in the body that arise against the background of gestation. Almost half of the future mummies appear on their feet venous asterisks and mesh, which are the first harbingers of varicose veins. For the first time with this pathology, young girls under the age of 30 face, and often it occurs precisely during pregnancy. If a woman has previously had this disease, then when she is pregnant, she will begin to progress.
What is the risk of varicose veins during pregnancy and how to treat it? Are there ways to avoid the development of this disease? Will it pass after childbirth? Many future mothers are concerned about these issues, but most do not know the right answers.
Varicose veins during pregnancy on the feet – a very common phenomenon. Its essence lies in the steady and irreversible increase of veins on the lower limbs, which is accompanied by the appearance of seals and the gradual thinning of the venous wall. The more a woman spends time in the same position, especially in a sitting position, the higher the probability of developing a given disease. There are other factors of the origin of pathology.
Another question: what will happen after the birth of a baby - recovery or exacerbation of the disease? To predict the development of the situation is very difficult, it all depends on the individual characteristics of the female body.
What to do to pregnant women to avoid the development of this unpleasant disease? It is important to analyze the family history, whether there were people in your family who suffer from varicose veins.
In addition, the prevention of varicose during pregnancy is the following:
- wearing free right underwear and socks, as well as special knitwear;
- sleep better on the left side, you can place a pillow under your belly;
- acceptance of a contrasting shower, swimming;
- refusal of tight shoes and high heels;
- Do not sit, throwing one leg to the other, it's better to sit on the edge of the chair;
- correct distribution of the load during the day (walking, lying and sitting need about the same time);
- proper nutrition and rejection of harmful products;
- regular physical education, long walks (2 hours daily).