Spider Veins Antistax


MissNinja
on Sep 05, 2016 @ 04:01 pm

Anyone know any tips on reducing the look of, or stopping those nasty little veins from popping up on our legs? I have heard of Antistax.

Anyone have any reviews for Antistax or any tips to help. 
 


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TaraLeadbeater
sept 5 on Sep 06, 2016 @ 11:48 am

Sorry can't help you on that one , try there website.
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1buzzer
My embarrassing X-ray on Sep 06, 2016 @ 12:06 pm

I don't think there is a good way but if you find one please let us know my dr is sending me to vein clinic so if they tell me anything I'll let u know. I no they say crossing ur legs (which is my problem) (I think) can make them worse I have tried the feet up no luck there had a X-ray done a couple weeks ago (little embarrassing tidbit) so my dr sent me to get hands and feet X-ray so I walk in girl says ok I see we r doing hands and feet please take your socks and shoes off so I do and put my feet up to lie back and she (not really reading the chart or something ) says wow u really bruised your foot there I guess we r looking for a break? After looking at her puzzled I told her I had no bruises this was my legs/feet she started looking at them and even called over a student who was working with her. So now me being so embarrassed at this point she tells me I have never seen so many all clustered well I'm thinking wait a min u X-ray people all the time and u have never seen it so bad (so again if u figure it out please pass it on)
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MissNinja
Aww that sucks.. but I know how you feel. on Sep 06, 2016 @ 01:42 pm

Hey 1Buzzer, I think Im gonna try Antistax, I have looked at their website and it does provide some decent info. You should google and check them out. I do know for sure it is Hereditary, my Dad had them and I take after him. Their not too bad yet , but hopefully preventative measures will help. I will do a review when I am done using the Antistax.. and let you know i its worth buying.

best of luck to you and I do know how i sucks. take care
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grammy65
pesky veins on Sep 06, 2016 @ 10:39 pm

years ago our healthcare use to cover getting rid of spider veins with injections.i believe it was a salt water type solution.(not sure on actually what was used)now as far as my memory serves they cut out in the 80's. can ask family dr. and go from there.technology has changed as well so mabe there is laser treatments.cover fx type creams might do as well for a temporary effect
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marielippens
following on Sep 07, 2016 @ 09:10 am

Those nasty veins are awful. I know that large veins can be removed in a vein clinic by injection, and if they're huge it's covered by OHIP in Ontario. Spider veins might be the same but you'd need to pay. There's a healing process too...you look all briused up for a while (up to 6 months if your veins are really bad)
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Angelwingsx2
Spider Veins on Sep 08, 2016 @ 07:03 pm

I hate those as well.a friend of mine had them so bad,she use to go in the Hospital and have them drained.I think personally they come from standing on your feet too much.If I sit a lot during the day,my veins are very small.If I do a lot of standing and walking,they swell and start to pain.I fell down last week and hurt my Knee.I just had it x-rayed on 5 to be exact so now,I'm like an old woman walking with a Walking Cane.The Veins in that leh,around the Knee area,is swollen all the time and paining terribly.I'm going to see my Doctor about that matter next week.Will be in touch on this Topic.
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1buzzer
Injections huh? on Sep 11, 2016 @ 12:09 am

Sorry to hear of ur fall angelwings
Miss ninja please let me know how the product works
I went to my dr and she seriously just acts like it is no big deal it is frustrating
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