Socks

Compression socks are mostly recommended for people with risk of blood clots or those recovering from a surgery. They are also worn by people who have a job that demands being on your foot for long hours like flight attendants, runners, nurses etc. Pregnant women who experience swelling in their legs also wear compression socks. These socks clearly benefit people who have certain leg problems that cause swelling. Buy compression Socks for lymphedema and swelling at best prices on HPFY! Our range includes socks with different compression levels and lengths. Choose the one that best suits your needs today!

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Compression Socks Indications

  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) that poses a risk of blood clots in the legs  

  • Prolonged bed rest post-surgery 

  • Sitting for long periods 

  • Certain birth control pills 

  • Hormone replacement therapy  

  • Pregnancy 

  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) 

  • Genetic clotting disorders 

  • Varicose veins 

  • Venous leg ulcers 

  • Leg swelling or edema and other circulatory problems


Blood in your body needs to work against gravity to flow back to the heart but certain health conditions may lead to an impeded blood flow like problems with circulation caused due to lack of movement post-surgery, venous insufficiency or clotting. These conditions may result in tired and achy feet with a fatigue. By squeezing the tissues, walls and veins of the leg compression socks help in returning the blood to the heart. This procedure also help in improving the flow of lymph thereby reducing the swelling. These socks can also be worn by healthy individuals to improve comfort or by runners and athletes to reduce the risk of injuries. Compression socks must be selected carefully to prevent other health issues. The correct size and compression is utmost important. The socks must not be wrinkled when worn or else they can provide imbalanced compression.

Contraindications

People with certain health issues must avoid compression socks like those with:

  • Peripheral neuropathy or other conditions that may impact skin sensation 

  • Peripheral artery disease 

  • Skin infection 

  • Dermatitis with fragile skin that may or may not ooze 

  • Massive leg swelling  


Talk to your healthcare provider before purchasing a pair of compression socks. Also take a consultation regarding the correct size and level of compression that suits your medical condition. HPFY provides a range of compression socks like the Advanced Orthopaedics Closed Toe 15-20 mmHg Support Socks For Men, BSN Jobst Activewear Closed Toe Knee-High Firm 20-30 mmHg Compression Socks or the BSN Jobst Athletic Supportwear Closed Toe Knee High 8-15 mmHg Mild Compression Socks and many more from well-known manufacturers like BSN Medical, Complete Medical, Julius Zorn etc. at attractive discounts on HPFY!