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Eliminate varicose veins and strokes

Varicose Veins and Strokes

Having varicose veins and/or telangiectasia (leakage) in the legs can negatively affect a woman's self-esteem.

Varicose veins usually become swollen and sometimes even lumps appear on the skin. The bluish or reddish coloration makes them difficult to hide. Although spills are smaller and less obvious, they can still have a detrimental effect on self-esteem.

Varicose veins and strokes occur when the valves that support the flow of blood back to the heart stop working properly, causing the blood to flow the wrong way and causing swelling.


Fortunately, there are effective treatments to treat varicose veins and effusions. At our clinic we use sclerotherapy to help you get smooth, spot-free legs.

Sclerotherapy, popularly known as "varicose vein drying treatment", is a procedure that helps eradicate varicose veins and effusions by redirecting the blood through alternative, undamaged routes. This process takes a few days to establish and determines the disappearance of the vast majority of the veins, providing a satisfactory aesthetic result. During the procedure, very thin needles are used to inject a liquid into the vein, causing it to collapse and be reabsorbed into the tissue and removed from the body by natural processes, disappearing within a month. However, some veins may only significantly reduce in size, not disappear completely.

This procedure can only be performed by doctors. It is a simple, outpatient treatment that requires no special preparation, no anesthesia, no fasting, and no laboratory tests.


Often varicose veins and strokes are hereditary, other times they occur due to:

  • hormonal changes, such as during puberty, menopause, or pregnancy,
  • obesity,
  • spend longong periods of standing.

In most cases, there are no symptoms although some people may experience discomfort and pain in the area.


  • 1 session : 150€
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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the contraindications?

Contraindications to sclerotherapy are:

  • Large varices;
  • Pregnant Women;
  • Patients who have serious diseases, especially if they are without proper treatment;
  • Patients taking anti-coagulants.
What is the post-procedure care?
  • Do not scratch the treated area;
  • Some patients may experience minor bleeding near the punctures. Heamatomas rarely occur;
  • You must wear elastic stockings for the period recommended by your doctor;
  • Sun exposure should be avoided;
  • Physical activity is not recommended the same day after the procedure, but can be resumed the day after treatment;
  • The time between sessions varies with each patient.

Satisfied Customers

After having my second child, and with bad eating habits, I gained a lot of weight. With the support I had at the Clinic I managed to lose 7 kilos and now I feel great! Thank you all.

Fatima (38 Years Old)


I always had many difficulties sleeping, I tried many therapies, but only with Dr. Michelle's help I discovered what a good night's sleep is. I am today a different person and with much more energy.

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