The Head Is Often Twisted After Varicose Surgery?
Mlam, r nI want to ask r nFinally, my head has been absentminded since I have had various operations and before that the pain in the back of the neck was before it happened but after a few days the aching in the back of the neck disappeared after it was on my head often the pain after aching in my back is gone whether there is a cause because I have varying operations r nPlease explain the doctor r n r nThank you r n r nGreetings, r nAndy Rolan Rajagukguk
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
People with varicose veins can be treated with compression using special stockings. The stockings are intended to help the flow of blood in the veins in trouble by applying pressure. However, if the use of stockings does not alleviate the symptoms, surgical procedures need to be considered.
Varicose veins can be removed or closed through several surgical techniques. Eliminating the problematic vein will not cause disruption of blood supply to the legs because blood flow will be diverted to the surrounding veins which are still normal. There is also minimally invasive surgery, one of which is ablation of radiofrequency.
These surgical actions can cause side effects including pain, bleeding, swelling, scarring, or bruising. Complications such as infection, thrombosis, or nerve damage may occur even if very rare.
Related to complaints often dizzy you mean most likely not related after the previous surgery. Complaints of neck pain may still be part of the symptoms that exist today, which is called a tension type headache associated with a stress condition. Stress conditions cause stiffness in the muscles of the head, neck, shoulders, and head vascularization resulting in headaches or dizziness.
If the complaint is felt to be very disturbing, you should check with a doctor so that it can be checked and get the right treatment. Avoid excessive stress and anxiety, not being late to eat, and routinely exercise lightly every day.
That's all, hope you can help. Wassalam, Dr. Farah