|can cosemtic surgery make the veins dissapear!
Sep 9, 2003
I am a 35 year old female who has been living with HIV for over 15 years. Although I have been very healthy and stable, I am also suffering from the loss of fat in my arms and legs and the appearance of very noticeable veins which causes a great deal of self esteem and quality of life issues for me. I take very good care of myself, I eat a very healthy diet and exercise 4-5 times per week. I have read some of the questions on this topic and I wanted to ask if there is ANY plastic/cosmetic surgery that can make the veins in my legs less noticeable.
At this point, I am willing to do anything to get rid of the veins. I am feeling very desperate because it is starting to affect not only my self-esteem but my emotional and mental health, I feel depressed about the body transformations I am suffering and I would like some suggestions. Is there anything that can be done surgically to get rid of them??
Response from Dr. Moyle
If the veins are varicose veins then they can be surgically removed. Most likely however you are seeing some vain prominence related to fat loss and the veins will be relatively straight "normal" anatomical veins. These cannot be managed surgically as they are necessary for normal blood flow out of your leg. The best thing would be to start by discussing with your doctor with your veins are really varicose ones and then discussing whether there are any changes in medication that can be made or additional medications which may help you regain some fat in your arms and legs
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