By injecting a sclerosing agent into the spider veins, a local inflammatory reaction is produced which is not noticeable to the customer. This leads to an adhesion of the vein walls and the spider veins disappear. With this method, the spider veins must be large enough for the treating doctor to sclerotize them with a cannula. Temporary slight pain at the puncture site may occur. A burning sensation may also occur. After the procedure it is necessary to wear a compression bandage or compression stocking. In addition, unsightly brown spots may appear on the skin.

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