With varicose veins, deformation of the walls of blood vessels occurs, which occurs as a result of stagnation of blood in them.
The causes of deformation of the veins can be different: one of the most frequent is heredity. Also, the onset of the disease affects a sedentary lifestyle, excess weight, pregnancy, propensity to constipation.
In addition, older people are at risk, because by virtue of age, the elasticity of the body tissues is lost.
If at least one of the factors that can contribute to deformation and widening of the veins is present, then more careful care of their condition is necessary,
The use of foods that contain a lot of vitamins C and E, you can take vitamin complexes, frequent walking, wearing compression knitwear, contrasting douches of problem areas for toning them.
Localization of varicose veins may be different, in particular, often suffer from blood vessels of the rectum( hemorrhoids).
Varicose veins of the lower extremities may also be a possible cause of hemorrhoids. In the event of such a delicate problem, it is important not to delay with the commencement of procedures and on time, even at the first stages, to begin treatment.
During this period, the most effective are candles and ointments from hemorrhoids. The use of rectal suppositories in hemorrhoids can quickly and easily remove discomfort sensations.
In the treatment of varicose veins and hemorrhoids, homeopathic ointments and suppositories are successfully used.
For already two centuries in the homeopathic practice, horse chestnut( part of the "Esculus" ointment) is used, it is indicated in the treatment of hemorrhoids both external and internal localization.
Substances that make up this ointment, increase the tone of the vessels, reduce the permeability of capillaries, help to remove swelling, effectively remove inflammation.
The walls of the vessels are brought into a favorable state, creating an obstacle to the bleeding of the nodes.
Eskulus ointment is available at 15, 30, 50 g, in tubes. Or 25 and 40 grams in banks of dark glass.
In proctology, the agent is used to treat hemorrhoids( internal, external), anal fissures.
The composition of the ointment includes an extract of horse chestnut fruit( concentration of tincture per 100 g of product - 10 g).
The basis is lanolin and petroleum jelly. The ointment itself has a pleasant smell of beeswax and lanolin. The consistency of the ointment contributes to the easy introduction of cotton turund, which is very important when the problem areas are painful.
Escolus has an anti-inflammatory effect, in addition, it acts as an analgesic, which is most important for an acute period of the disease.
Strengthens the walls of capillaries, reduces the permeability of the walls of blood vessels, promotes the rapid healing of mucosal lesions.
Due to the high content of flavonoids, it has a venotonic effect. Removes puffiness, creates an obstacle to the formation of fluid stagnation in tissues.
The big plus is that no side effects, other than individual intolerance, have been identified. There may be an allergic reaction to the component of the drug in the form of itching.
In case of an allergic reaction, it is necessary to rinse the treated area with warm water. With abundant hemorrhoidal bleeding, ointment is not recommended.
Possible application with other medicines.
During lactation, the use of the drug is permitted. Escolus is not recommended for use in childhood.
Instructions for use of the ointment Escowloo:
No cases of drug overdose have been detected.
Reviews of patients who use Escus ointment for the treatment of hemorrhoids and other diseases:
Esquilus ointment is popular with patients due to its affordable price, ease of use, rapid directional action, the ability to combine with other drugs( which is important in the application of complex therapy), and due to the rare occurrence of allergic reactions.
It is recommended to store in a cool place. In pharmacies you can buy without a prescription.
Analogues of Esquilus ointment are: Wax Hamamelis, Aurobin, Gepotrombin G, Troxerutin, Troxevasin, Gebreolone.
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