Asclera is slowly injected into the vein with only slight pressure. If you feel any burning pain or swelling around the needle during the injection, immediately inform your caregiver. You will be monitored closely after the injection to ensure there are no harmful effects.
After the injection, a compression bandage or compression stocking must be used on the leg to prevent blood clots from forming. You may also need to walk around the clinic for 15 or 20 minutes. Take daily walks for a few days after the treatment to ensure no side effects.
Wear compression stockings for several days after your treatment.
Repeat treatments may be necessary if the varicose or spider veins are not dissolved within a prescribed amount of time. Therefore, these treatments are separated by one to two weeks.
Side effects that have been seen in clinical studies include:
Other side effects that have been reported include:
Disclaimer: Asclera is not a cure for varicose veins, and the effects of Asclera may not be permanent.
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