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I’ve had a thought about compression stockings, which I agree with you Abbilou, we really do need them, for sure. I wear mine 24/7.
In MJ’s case I would seek the doctors advice first because, in a normal leg, the veins aren’t prominent and therefore the compression from the support stocking is applied to the whole leg structure and the veins receive their support indirectly (i.e. from the pressure of the surrounding tissue). In MJ’s case, the vein is prominent and therefore would receive more direct compression, where it is prominent, I’m not sure that this is a good thing.
Hi Barbara. I’ll check it out. Dr. Diana’s impression from pics (those neck vein pics as well) is vasculitis and CCSVI; she has both. The veins on my hands can also constrict, but some are ‘broken’ like the one on my foot. Does anyone else get red, hot extremeties, like in these pics? I feel horrible when this happens. My heart pounds so hard and my toes are REALLY sore. I believe this is the opposite of Raynaud’s (I have Raynaud’s too).