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The Truth About Varicose Eczema

 

Varicose Eczema is not a dermatological or skin condition and it should not be treated by dermatologists or with creams. In fact steroid creams only mask the condition which can continue to deteriorate to the point of causing a leg ulcer. The underlying problem is superficial vein reflux and this should be treated by a vein specialist (phlebologist).

Early Treatment gives better results and reduces the risks of complications. If caught early, varicose eczema can be cured. However if varicose eczema is neglected, the skin may be damaged beyond repair and may not recover.

Contact me today for a confidential chat
If you’re worried about your veins and would like a confidential chat please do get in touch. I am happy to offer simple advice by telephone and email for free and without obligation. You don’t need a referral letter from your GP. If you want a full consultation and duplex ultrasound scan, you can call direct to make an appointment – 01935 873 951

 

 

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Dr Haroun Gajraj

Dr Haroun Gajraj

The VeinCare Centre | Dorset | We help people find freedom from unsightly veins, veins causing pain, ache and throbbing as well as veins causing serious medical complications such as phlebitis, varicose eczema and leg ulcers.

We can help you. Please call 01935 571030 for more information

The VeinCare Centre

We help people find freedom from unsightly veins, veins causing pain, ache and throbbing as well as veins causing serious medical complications such as phlebitis, varicose eczema and leg ulcers

Call 01935 571030

Please call us to make an enquiry or send us a message using our contact form

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