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Ablation of an incompetent vein is a procedure that involves removing or destroying a vein which is no longer functioning properly.
An ablation of an incompetent vein is usually done when the veins in your body are not working correctly, causing swelling in the legs. It may be recommended for conditions such as varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, and lymphedema.
During the procedure, a device is inserted into the vein, and it delivers energy to the vein's walls, which heats them up and causes them to close. This prevents blood from flowing through the vein, and it eventually dies and is no longer visible.
After an ablation of an incompetent vein, you may have some swelling, bruising and tenderness in the area of the vein. You may also experience some mild pain or tightness in the area, which should improve in a few days. Compression stockings may be required. Over time, the area will improve, and the veins should become less visible.
An ablation of an incompetent vein is a procedure which involves destroying or removing a vein which is no longer functioning properly. It is usually used to reduce or improve the symptoms caused by conditions such as varicose veins, deep vein thrombosis, and lymphedema. After the procedure, you may experience some tenderness, swelling, and bruising in the area, but these should lessen in time. Compression stockings may be required for a few days or weeks.