Swollen feet after night

The legs swell: in the morning after sleeping and after riding a bicycle.

Steel began to swell considerably. I feel it almost every morning, after a dream.
And purely outwardly they do not look "swollen", but the feeling of puffiness and heaviness is!
It always seemed to me that for the night, the opposite legs should rest, but I get the opposite.

I do not know. a coincidence or not, but it all started with the fact that I bought a bicycle and began to ride almost every day. It can not be said that I ride for a long time and intensely - no, from the strength of a couple of hours and in walking mode.

I will say right away that the varicose disease of the lower extremities is put to me and the compression knitwear is prescribed for me (stockings, 2nd class). But I do not wear it, because I just do not make it
Very much sweat in his feet, just unbearable. Up to the point where the skin between the fingers

At the same time, I do not wear jersey, but my legs have never swollen. Why began to swell now? Is it related to varicose veins? Could this be due to cycling?

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Steel began to swell considerably. I feel it almost every morning, after a dream.
And purely outwardly they do not look "swollen", but the feeling of puffiness and heaviness is!
It always seemed to me that for the night, the opposite legs should rest, but I get the opposite.
I do not know. a coincidence or not, but it all started with the fact that I bought a bicycle and began to ride almost every day. It can not be said that I ride for a long time and intensely - no, from the strength of a couple of hours and in walking mode.
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At the same time, I do not wear knitwear, my legs have never swollen. Why began to swell now? Is it related to varicose veins? Could this be due to cycling?

Hello!
Your sensations can be a normal reaction tophysical activity. It would be more correct to call your sensations not "swelling", but "sagging," "heaviness." Edemas, as far as I understand, you do not. Varicose veins can lead to such complaints, but they are more characteristic in the evening (rather than in the morning). The second cause can also be problems with the spine, especially if there is also numbness.

I will say right away that the varicose disease of the lower extremities is put to me and the compression knitwear is prescribed for me (stockings, 2nd class). But I do not wear it, because I just do not make it
Very much sweat in his feet, just unbearable. Up to the point where the skin between the fingers

There are models of stockings with a "cut off" toe, in them the foot is not so hot.
If there is varicose, the most reasonable thing is to cure it and then you will not have to wear stockings all your life.

Hello!
Your sensations can be a normal reaction tophysical activity. It would be more correct to call your sensations not "swelling", but "sagging," "heaviness." Edemas, as far as I understand, you do not. Varicose veins can lead to such complaints, but they are more characteristic in the evening (rather than in the morning). The second cause can also be problems with the spine, especially if there is also numbness.

Dmitry Alexandrovich, thanks for the answer!
Problems with the spine are (scoliosis and kyphosis). But I have had these problems for many years, and the "heaviness" has appeared only now. Numbness does not happen!

There are models of stockings with a "cut off" toe, in them the foot is not so hot.
If there is varicose, the most reasonable thing is to cure it and then you will not have to wear stockings all your life.

Concerning the model with an open toe I am alreadyI thought (she attracts me). But there is a moment that embarrasses. At me convex hay (I will pay your attention - namely convex, but not varicose-modified) on the foot, in the area of ​​ascent. Will stockings with a cut off toe be effective for me in this case?

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I saw an addition to your question in the second topic. The formulation of the diagnosis in your case is really fuzzy. If you were given an ultrasound of the veins, then perhaps the results of this study would clarify the picture.
If there is no failure of the valves of varicose veins, then there is no reason to suffer in jersey. That is, either the formulation of the diagnosis, or the destination - are incorrect.
If it is a question of reticular varicose, oftena jersey of the 1st class is assigned. In our clinic we do not give such recommendations, as there is no evidence of the effectiveness of knitwear in this case, that is, the benefits of such a "treatment" are questionable.

A detailed protocol for the conduction of ultrasound of the veins remained in the clinic.
On hands have given only here such extract:

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Well, now everything is clear enough. In your case it is not a question of varicose veins. There are reticular veins and telangiectasis. As I have already written

Reticular veins and telangiectases are not varicose veins, not its shape or stage. And such veins do not require knitwear (it is meaningless, and already 2 class of compression well, absolutely nothing) and do not require any (!) Limitations.
Elimination of reticular veins and telangiectasis is a purely cosmetic issue, for the sake of it, sacrificing something important is certainly not necessary.

Assignments of aspirin and knitwear of 2nd degreecompression me incomprehensible. In your case, you can use light-weight knitwear to prevent and eliminate unpleasant leg symptoms associated with orthostasis. From the appearance of new mesh and stars, no knitwear will not protect. By the way, Sigvaris has a line of sports knitwear (knee-highs) of an easy degree of compression. And Bauerfield, I think, too.
Open toe opens only the fingers, I do not think this is a good idea. Such jersey is good, when it should be worn without taking more days - you can unscrew the knitwear from the foot and wash it.
PySy. Aspirin is ineffective against venous thrombosis.

Well, now everything is clear enough. In your case it is not a question of varicose veins. There are reticular veins and telangiectasis. As I have already written

The aspirin and knitwear prescription regimens of the 2nd degree of compression are incomprehensible to me.

Thanks for your reply!
To be honest, you brought me an incredible relief! This "attack" of good mood I have not had

Frankly, I do not understand very well what the reticular veins are. And in general I do not know what is telangiectasis.
Here are the vascular asterisks I have (on bothlegs) - in the popliteal cavity and the back of the thigh. And I have the impression that this is hereditary - is this possible? It's just that my mother's picture is completely identical, one to one.

As for the appointments of the doctor, it seems I have some explanation.
In words, the doctor told me to get rid of the vascular mesh. I do not remember what the procedure is called, but as he described: they will make a lot of small jabs in the areas of these mesh and they will go away.
I will assume that the compression jersey of class 2he appointed me thinking that I would do this procedure (I did not do it for financial reasons). That is, he appointed the 2nd class in the calculation that I would need to wear it after this procedure in order to strengthen the effect.
But on the other hand, when at the last reception Iwas at him and complained that I can not wear stockings, since the feet are very hot and sweating, he told me this: "Put them on static loads or. wear them as often as you can!".
These are the words. And from them you can conclude that these stockings are prescribed to me on an ongoing basis!

P.S. I do not drink a thrombo-ass. It affects the stomach negatively, no matter how much I am convinced that it is absorbed in the intestine. The second reason why I do not drink - I have so "liquid" blood. I was told this when I was doing a blood clotting test (before laparoscopy). The coagulogram is normal, without deviations.

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In your case, you can use a lightweight jerseydegrees of compression for the prevention and elimination of unpleasant symptoms in the legs associated with orthostasis. From the appearance of new mesh and stars, no knitwear will not protect. By the way, Sigvaris has a line of sports knitwear (knee-highs) of an easy degree of compression. And Bauerfield, I think, too.
Open toe opens only the fingers, I do not think this is a good idea. Such jersey is good, when it should be worn without taking more days - you can unscrew the knitwear from the foot and wash it.

Eugene Arkadevich, and can I discuss with you more details about the knitwear of an easy compression degree?

The first question that I have here is: Can I wear golfs rather than stockings?
If the knitwear is inefficient with respect to the asterisks,then why do I need a high jersey (that is, stockings)? My convex veins are observed only in one place - this is the upper part of the foot. This place when trying on shoes is usually called "lifting". I can take a picture of how it looks to make it clear.
I'm not a doctor, I do not understand the principles of the action of compression knitwear, so I ask you: is it possible to play golf or not?

Second question: It concerns already golf, if I can wear them. I would like to dress these golfs primarily for the same loads: riding a bike or a long walk around the city (I happen to do this from time to time). In the cool season, I agree to wear these golfs all the time - at home and at work (golfs are more comfortable than stockings, since they can be worn with leggings or trimmed pantyhose, and then with trousers).
Proceeding from this, it may even make sense to have2 pairs of golfs: for sports and for everyday wear. At the moment, I'm most interested in sports, because this summer I have the most active sport!

Sigvaris, I probably can not pull on the money. They say that it is much more expensive than Medivena.
But I remember that you also praised Medivhin.
And that's what I found for my purposes on their website:

If preventive knitwear, then:
http://www.medi-russia.ru/section79/
Can this be medi motion?

If you take a medical, for example, 1 degree of compression, then there is a choice and golfs, and small socks (I do not know how different), and also there are golfs for sports mediven active:
http://www.medi-russia.ru/rubric-63/

I want to buy knitwear, I just feel that my legs need it.
Help me to decide what is needed, I'm already ready to jump skip for him.

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You are absolutely right. That's what I meant - enough golf.

Evgeny Arkadevich, thank you for consulting me in such detail!
I can still torment you a little more. I promise that this is the last time.

I'm still a bit restless at the expense of golf. Could you clarify the fundamental difference: in which cases are stockings shown, and in which knee socks. Not in my case, but in general. with varicose veins.

The matter is that I in autumn already corresponded withYou about your problem and then you told me that if the doctor prescribed stockings, then golf can not be bought. that they will not have such an (unnecessary) effect and will rather harm than will be useful.

I'm sorry that I'm so meticulous. But they do not joke with health, do they? As a doctor, you understand this better than anyone.

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