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Topic Title: Compression Stockings For CVI
Created On: 06/26/2016 01:40 AM
 
 06/26/2016 02:31 PM

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eschamp

<p>Did I do an empty post? Sorry!</p>
<p>My doc wants me to get knee-high 15-20 compression stockings but there seems to be lots of them in different price ranges.</p>
<p>For example, I see three that seem to have the same description but are from different manufacturers. One is about $12, another is $28 and the third is $38.</p>
<p>What explains the differences in pricing? What shouldI base my decision on?</p>
<p>Thanks.</p>
 06/26/2016 01:40 AM

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eschamp

<p>&#160;My doctor diagnosed me with mild CVI and told me I needed knee-high, 15-20 compression stockings.</p>
<p>&#160;</p>
<p>\There are so many out there! How does a person choose among them? For example, I see Microfiber for men with large box closed toe for about $12 and for $28 (Sigvaris) and for $38 (Jobst). No way from their listing to tell what justifies $16 more for the zSigvaris or $26 more for the Jobst! Does anyone know?</p>
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<p>Thanks.</p>

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