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Make it easier for your veins with Veno SL® 300

Do your legs often feel heavy, tired and swollen after prolonged standing or sitting, sometimes even painful? Then give your veins the gift of lightness: Troxerutin, the active ingredient contained in Veno SL® 300, stabilises fine, increasingly brittle blood vessels and protects your legs against the formation of spider veins.

Venous diseases

Venous diseases – a widespread ailment

Prolonged standing or sitting reduces the activity of your calf muscles. The result: blood dwells longer in your legs, the pressure in your veins increases and fluids penetrate into the surrounding tissue. That is how water retention develops, which can encourage the formation of venous diseases such as spider veins, varicose veins and vein inflammation. 

Venous diseases
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Typical symptoms of a venous disease

This problem is known to many people who have to stand or sit for long periods in their job, when travelling or in the car: after a long day, they often suffer in the evening from tired, heavy or painful legs. But itchiness in your legs or nightly calf cramps are also typical symptoms which can be a sign of a venous disorder.

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Medicines and procedures for treating venous disorders

Venous disorders may be widespread, but in many cases they cause hardly any symptoms. But if they do, a visit to the doctor is urgently required in order to diagnose the cause and to treat it accordingly. Depending on the manifestation, there are various procedures and medicines which can be used. In serious cases, the varicose veins are also surgically removed. 

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Vein problems caused by working from home: what you can do against it now

Covid 19 has not only completely mixed up our day-to-day life – it has also brought many changes to our working practices. Nowadays, working from home saves many employees the daily journey to work and the contacts in the office. But, working within your own four walls also has a downside. This lifestyle can have a negative effect on the health of your veins.

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Frequently asked questions

Is Veno SL® 300 gluten-free?

Veno SL® 300 is gluten-free.

Does Veno SL® 300 contain lactose?

Veno SL® 300 is lactose-free.

What side effects are possible?

In very rare cases (less than 1 case in 10,000), allergic skin reactions, light gastrointestinal problems, flush (reddening of the face) or headaches can occur, which disappear quickly after ceasing to take the preparation.

Are there any contraindications or interactions with other medicines?

There are no interactions with other medicines known for Veno SL® 300. Inform your doctor or pharmacist if you take other medicines, have recently taken other medicines or plan to take other medicines, even if they are not prescription drugs.

How should Veno SL® 300 be taken?

Please swallow the capsules whole with plenty of liquid (e.g. a glass of water) during mealtimes or immediately afterwards. If not otherwise prescribed by the doctor, the recommended dose is:

Adults take 1 capsule 3 times per day. At the start of the treatment and if necessary, the dosage can be increased to 2 capsules 3 times per day. Veno SL® 300 is taken for several weeks or months, depending on the course of the disease. Your doctor will determine the exact duration of the treatment. Contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any further questions regarding taking this medicine.