Actor Rajat Rawail was admitted to the hospital
Rajat Rawail has been seen in Varun Dhawan’s film ‘Coolie Number One’ and Salman Khan’s film ‘Bodyguard’. He is known for comedy characters.
Bollywood actor Rajat Rawail (Rajat RawailHe has been admitted to the hospital due to rupture of a varicose vein in his right leg. Due to the rupture of the vein, he was bleeding profusely from his leg. Let me tell you, Rajat was last seen in Varun Dhawan (Varun Dhawan) and Sara Ali Khan’s film ‘Coolie No 1’ (Coolie Number 1), he was admitted to a city hospital over the weekend. In a statement to ETimes, Rawail said, “At the moment my leg has stopped bleeding. My wound is also healing now.” Although the doctor has advised him that he cannot do much movement of the leg with this wound.
Saying that he is much better and is responding to his treatment, Rajat said, “I have been advised bed rest. During this time no visitor is even allowed to meet me. I will meet Dr. Pankaj Patel, Senior Surgeon at Lilavati Hospital in Bandra tomorrow to get a second opinion on my surgery. I will take further decision according to whatever advice he gives.” He thanked everyone and asked them to pray for him. Rajat Rawail can be discharged from the hospital today.
Know what are varicose veins
Varicose veins are dilated, enlarged veins under the skin. These nerves usually affect the nerves of the legs. This is because standing and walking increases the pressure in the veins of the lower part of the body. For many people, varicose veins can cause pain and discomfort. Sometimes varicose veins cause more serious problems as these veins lead to the accumulation of blood. Actor Rajat Rawail is also facing this problem.
How can you treat the problem of varicose veins
The treatment of varicose vein problem is surgery through ultrasound. Through ultrasound, the problems started by these nerves are estimated and then this problem is eliminated with the help of ultrasound. The whole process takes only 10-15 minutes and the patient is discharged within a few hours. Although not all varicose veins need surgery at all, only those that are causing the problem can be operated upon.
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