Venous insufficiency

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What is
venous insufficiency?

It is a disease characterized by the presence of dilated, tortuous veins forming pools of blood in the legs. The veins end up losing their functionality since the blood is not able to return from the legs to the heart due to a loss of elasticity, to deformation and to a loss of functionality of the valves which pump the blood back.

This condition is known as venous insufficiency.

The most frequent consequences of this disease are varicose veins (dilated, deformed veins) and other complications such as blood clotting risk (thrombophlebitis), skin injuries (venous ulcers) and hemorrhages (varicorragia).

Laboratorios Sanfer

Remember to follow your doctor's recommendations and instructions

Laboratorios Sanfer-Hormona

has developed a drug which helps treating this disease. Ask your physician about this option, since a medical prescription is required for its purchase.