The indications and usage of compression stockings, the ratio of compression and the continuance of wearing them are determined by many variables.
Vein Health: If you are active, do not have excess weight, have not complaints, and walk 12,000 steps daily, there are no indications for ordinary use of compression.
Post-surgery: Usually stockings are worn both before and after surgery. Timing depends on the particular characteristics and the type and difficulty of the operation itself. In some cases, stockings should be removed immediately after dismissal, and in some – stockings must be worn for various months. Ask your surgeon or GP for the detailed information.
Varicose veins: bandage stockings must be worn all along the day.
Pregnancy: compression stockings are worn from 2-3 months.
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