I think this belongs in the Men’s Health forum but I can’t post there yet. My question is about varicose veins. There is a procedure to inject the veins with some kind of solution that makes the inner walls of the vein swell up and stop blood flow and eventually the blood finds a different route and the vein turns to scar tissue. I’m wondering if the vein was clamped it would do the same thing. If so how long would it have to be clamped for the vein to die/turn to scar tissue.