I am experiencing pain in my lower legs and feet. The affected skin is significantly darker than the rest of my skin and rougher than the normal surface. My Doppler test results are as follows:
Neither lower limb show features for DVT, saphenofemoral, or saphenopopliteal reflux. No deep venous valvular reflux or DVT features are present. The right leg shows medial incompetent perforators - 18 cm, 27.5 cm above the plantar surface, and 4.5 cm, 3 cm from the anterior margin of the leg.
Impression: Medial right leg incompetent perforators.
A new compression stocking prescription has been provided by my family physician (not a vascular medicine specialist). I already wear compression stockings, but my family physician thinks they are not tight enough.