Varicose veins of the genital organs is a disease that affects men and women. It often leads to various complications that not only reduce the quality of life, but also affect the patient’s reproductive system.
Often, varicose veins of the genital organs lead to various complications that not only reduce the quality of life, but also affect the patient's reproductive system.
Varicose veins of the genital organs in men
Men can suffer from varicose veins of the perineum for decades without knowing about the disease. The disease is hereditary. Risk factors such as physical activity, obesity, intestinal disorders, unhealthy lifestyle, cause the disease due to the load on blood vessels.
Some boys are already born with varicose veins of the penis, which occur during intrauterine fetal development.
Symptoms and causes of varicose veins of the genital organs in women
Varicose veins of the genitals in women are often found during pregnancy, when this joyous period is overshadowed by lip disease. Risk factors are similar to the situation in men: excessive physical activity, obesity, weak blood vessel walls.
Doctors say that the rebirth of a child increases the risk of varicose veins of the genital organs. For some women, everything returns to normal after childbirth, but this is not always the case. Patients who have been taking hormonal medications for a long time are at risk.
Varicose veins of the genital organs in women often affect the blood vessels of the uterus, her cervix, which is explained by hormonal disorders. This is fraught with states of fatigue, depression, swollen veins and enlarged labia. Varicose veins can cause menstrual irregularities so menstruation becomes irregular and scanty. In this case, a consultation with a gynecologist is required.
How to treat varicose veins in an intimate place
The treatment of varicose veins of the genitalia in men and women differs significantly.
Varicose veins of the genitalia in men
Treatment of the disease in men is more often conservative. In addition, doctors recommend abstinence from sexual intercourse, taking nonsteroidal drugs. Rejection of masturbation and cessation of sexual intercourse as a provocative factor give excellent results. This necessary measure helps to get rid of the disease.
Varicose veins in the stronger sex are dangerous in that they contribute to the development of infertility, so they must be treated following the recommendations of the attending physician. In addition, varicose veins contribute to the occurrence of thrombosis and thrombophlebitis, which must also be treated. The male genitals affected by the disease can grow in size.
Preventive measures include swimming in the pool, gymnastics and consuming lots of fruits and vegetables.
Treatment of organ disease in women
The treatment of varicose veins in women is somewhat different. If the disease manifests itself during pregnancy, then after childbirth it sometimes disappears. However, this does not always happen. In order to reduce the severity of unwanted processes and alleviate pain, gymnastics and maintaining a healthy lifestyle are recommended.
In order to reduce the severity of unwanted processes and alleviate pain, gymnastics and maintaining a healthy lifestyle are recommended.
Doctors often prescribe vitamin C and recommend wearing compression garments that help thin the blood and tone the blood vessels. Such ointments for external use reduce the severity of symptoms.
Varicose veins during pregnancy
During pregnancy, the likelihood of varicose veins increases significantly. This is due to the restructuring of the body and the increased stress on the female body. The genitals suffer the most, so they are more likely to suffer from the disease than other female organs. Treatment of varicose veins during pregnancy is not indicated - the gynecologist prescribes only supportive therapy aimed at reducing pain and burning of the pregnant woman's genitals.
Treatment of varicose veins during pregnancy is not indicated - the gynecologist prescribes only supportive therapy.
In the case of varicose veins, it is important to establish the process of blood circulation. To reduce the likelihood of varicose veins, it is necessary to adhere to a healthy lifestyle and proper diet: go to the pool, do not overeat, do not lift excessive weights, avoid physical exertion on the body, do not drink alcohol and do not smoke.
It is better for women to give up wearing high-heeled shoes every day.
Such measures can prevent the formation of varicose veins of the external genitalia and uterus.