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Elvenwear Compression Stockings for Women and Men | Class 2 Thigh Length Medical Socks for Varicose Vein and Leg Pain Relief | 23-32 mm Hg | Compression Socks, Pair of 2, Beige


Price: ₹ 1699 M.R.P : ₹ 3899

Varico Stockings feature graduated compression that offers targeted pressure, effectively improving blood circulation in your legs.




Product Description

Experience ultimate relief with our Premium Thigh-Length Varicose Veins Compression Stocking. Designed for both men and women, these medical-grade stockings provide graduated compression, ensuring targeted support for improved circulation and reduced swelling.


Thigh-high varicose stockings are a type of compression stocking that extends from the foot all the way up to the thigh. They apply graduated pressure, which is strongest at the ankle and gradually decreases as it moves up the leg. This helps to improve blood circulation and reduce swelling in the legs, particularly helpful for those with varicose veins.

  • Varicose veins: These are twisted, enlarged veins that bulge just beneath the surface of the skin.
  • Spider veins: These are smaller, red or blue veins that resemble spiderwebs.
  • Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI): This is a condition where blood has trouble flowing back up to the heart from the legs. Symptoms can include leg swelling, pain, itching, and discoloration.
  • Lymphedema: This is a buildup of fluid in the legs that can occur after surgery or radiation treatment.
  • Pregnancy: Some pregnant women experience increased leg swelling and varicose veins. Thigh-high stockings can offer relief.

  • Improved blood circulation
  • Reduced leg swelling
  • Relief from pain and discomfort caused by varicose veins
  • Improved skin health in the legs
  • Can help prevent blood clots

In some cases, thigh-high varicose stockings may require a prescription from your doctor. This is especially true if you have a severe case of varicose veins or another underlying medical condition. However, some milder compression socks might be available over-the-counter without a prescription. It's always best to consult with your doctor to determine the right level of compression for your needs.


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