Treatment for Vaginal Veins
Varicose veins in the vulva or the vagina can be confined to these areas or extend downwards to the top of the inner thigh. They usually appear or become exacerbated with pregnancy. Symptoms include heaviness in the vagina and pelvis and pain during sexual intercourse.
These veins are diagnosed by clinical examination and a trans-vaginal ultrasound scan and can be treated conservatively with special made-to-measure tights or, more effectively, with a minimally invasive day case procedure.