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  1. Ya that's true that Oral contraceptive pill also increases the risk of venous thromboembolism. It is a blood clot travelling in your vein and if unlucky, get stuck there. The risk depends on the dose of oestrogen, progesterone and the presence of other risk factors. Good Luck..!!!
  2. QUOTE (CAttY^_^cAT @ Aug 3 2007, 10:07 PM) hi... i used it before. Because my skin is very very sensitive, this sekkisei lotion actually worsen my skin condition because it is too strong for my sensitive skin. After few mths of using it, i noticed that my face was extremely red and those red veins were becoming more n more obvious. Luckily i got to know this beautician who asked me to stop using it immediately and once i stopped using it, my face no longer had those prob. So, if you haf sensitive skin...my advice would b not to use it. I agree with CAttY. because I also used it before & I also think so that red veins were becoming more n more obvious & etc..
  3. QUOTE (Diion @ Nov 9 2006, 12:27 PM) dun go to Dr.Koh in klang! i tell u...u will regret! Try Dr.Ting in Imbi...he's really helpful...if he can't help u with ur problem then he'll recommand another Dr to u...not like that Dr.Koh...darn bullshit! whatever u ask him, he surely say,' can, can, no problem.'..bt the end result? 1 word 'Sux'! those facial vein are called spider vein...even if u go for laser treatment, u might not be able to cure it 100%...the vein will disappear after the treatment, bt then it might reappear again after some time... i've went for laser treatment before...at tmn megah...the dr's name is Dr.Surey...bt then it's darn darn darn expensive...most of my facial vein has gone...bt then some do reappear after 3 month... i've heard that there's a kinda cream that cure & prevent facial vein which is used widely in country like UK & US...it's called Vitamin K cream...bt i dunno whther we can get it at Malaysia anot... I agree with Diion.I also think so that facial vein are called spider vein..
  4. There are several easy things you can do to help prevent varicose and spider veins and to relieve discomfort from the ones you have: # Protect your skin from the sun by wearing sunscreen to limit spider veins on the face. # Exercise regularly to improve your leg strength, circulation, and vein strength. Focus on exercises that work your legs, such as walking or running. # Control your weight to avoid placing too much pressure on your legs. # Do not cross your legs when sitting. However, try to elevate your legs when resting. # Do not stand for long periods of time. If you have to stand for long periods of time, shift your weight from one leg to the other every few minutes. If you have to sit for long periods of time, stand up and move around or take a short walk approximately every 30 minutes.
  5. I also think that the injection is straight into your vein.Varicose Veins are gnarled, enlarged veins.Cause of Varicose Veins: the heart pumps blood filled with oxygen and nutrients to the whole body.
  6. Varicose veins are enlarged and often gnarled veins that are close to the surface of your skin, with many making the skin bulge outward. When someone has many varicose veins their legs will appear to have a blue tinge from a distance. This is caused by the veins being so close to the surface of the skin.Varicose veins are not only ugly to look at but they can also be very painful and cause medical complications.A vein becomes varicose when it can no longer pump the blood back to the heart properly. The valves that help move the blood up towards the heart get weak and blood pools instead of being pushed along quickly. Yoga is an effective protocol for preventing and treating varicose veins. The posture that is known to be clinically most effective in both cases is sarvangasana, the shoulder stand (shown), where the legs are inverted and the pressure of gravity is reversed. In this pose, the blood and the lymph drain from the lower extremities back to the heart, thereby reducing the pressure of the pooled blood in the veins. Do this pose once daily. with a recommended holding time of about three to five minutes. When you stand up, movement of these fluids in the legs is greatly improved.
  7. QUOTE (Chihuahua @ Nov 5 2006, 10:40 PM) Ivetried this product before... i bought the one that cost rm800.. nutri fresh and tablets. i have to say that i think that theyre bullshit. seriously... them saying its 100% veges, ur skin will look nicer, veins will slowly disappear etc... bullshit! i totally got suckered into believing what they said. after taking thir product all i felt was... 1. i was moody all the time 2. i didnt poop everyday.. its more like, i found it hard to poop 3. i felt like vomiting when i took the pills i still have 2 bottles of the pills and im not even gonna continue taking it. ok... it sounds like i really hate this product haha! well i do, cuz it doesnt do what THEY CLAIM it to do.. pssh! I totally agree with Chihuahua..I also think so that veins will slowly disappear & etc...
  8. Varicose vein are formed by the dilation of a small group of blood vessels located close to the surface of the skin. Although they can appear anywhere on the body, varicose veins are most commonly found on the face and legs. They usually pose no health hazard but may produce a dull aching in the legs after prolonged standing. Don't stand or sit for long periods. To relieve your discomfort, take a break and walk around.When sitting, try to keep your legs raised above the level of your chest whenever possible. At home, rest your feet on a foot stool or hassock or sit in a reclining chair. Use pillows to elevate your legs even more.Wear strong support hose to help relieve some discomfort. These are available in most pharmacies. For best results, put them on before getting out of bed in the morning.Consider medical treatment. Some patients opt for surgical removal of varicose veins, a procedure that may require hospitalization. Others choose a less radical (but in many cases, less effective) solution, in which a doctor injects chemicals into varicose veins that cause them to mat together and stop carrying blood. Recovery for both procedures takes several weeks.
  9. Hello everyone.I am new here.My name is Allan Mandez.I have NEVER posted as much in a forum as I have here! It feels nice to share & get support and of course the constant flow of kind words feels so good! Here you can find some detailed information on Vein Treatment and Therapy and Removal... Hope it helps you all : http://www.rmgvvc.com/
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