In part two of this two part episode of Nice Living with Dr. Kamran, our show’s host and renowned vascular expert, Dr. Kamran Goudarzi will share what made one patient’s case unique and other aspects that are as it turns out, more common than many may imagine – such as the prevalence of vein disease among young people and expecting mothers.
Venous insufficiency and vein disease can affect individuals of all ages. The condition is often underdiagnosed and frequently undertreated. This is especially the case when it comes to individuals in their 20s, 30s, and 40s.
Should vein screenings be part of prenatal healthcare? Dr. Kamran Goudarzi believes so. He has witnessed the connection between changes in vascular health and pregnancy in many patients. Patients with poor venous health who become pregnant are at risk for developing vein related complications. With treatment, patients with venous insufficiency have overcome swollen, painful legs and varicose veins and reduce their risk for more serious complications like venous ulcers and blood clots.
Listen to Part 1 of this episode: Katie’s Story Part 1: A Young Patient’s Perspective on Vein Disease & Treatment
About Dr. Kamran:
Dr. Kamran is an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of phlebology and
vascular surgery. Dr. Kamran has been providing general, thoracic, vascular,
laparoscopic, and both upper and lower endoscopic surgeries for more than 40 years.
As one of the first physicians and centers in the state of North Carolina to offer
intravascular laser ablation for the treatment of varicose veins, Dr. Kamran is known for
outstanding patient outcomes and satisfaction rates.
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