Varicocele typically appears in men between the ages of 15 and 40. Typically, varicose veins contain valves that direct blood to the heart from the testicles and scrotum. When these valves malfunction, the blood pools in one location, causing the veins in the scrotum surrounding the testicles to enlarge and develop varicocele. After a while, the production of semen and its quality diminishes in those with this issue. According to studies, 90% to 100% of varicocele-treated people experience pain relief. Semen production begins in 50 to 70 percent of patients.
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CAN SURGERY TREAT VARICOCELE?
The only effective varicocele treatment now, according to science, is surgery. Additionally, according to contemporary science, varicocele has a recurrence rate of up to 35% and cannot be fully treated. The term for this is recurrent varicocele. Be aware that a procedure requires a three- to four-week recuperation period and does not guarantee relief. In addition, the varicocele can damage the vas deferens, resulting in a long-term decrease in sperm production. Therefore, you must decide whether surgery is the best course of action for you, especially after looking at your various non-surgical options.
HOME REMEDIES FOR VARICOCELE TREATMENT
You can use readily available over-the-counter pain relievers to get immediate relief. Refrain from doing strenuous physical exercises that may aggravate the discomfort. Or you can use an ice pack on the scrotum to reduce swelling and relieve pain.
Though these home remedies are simple, they will make a difference in your condition. You should also know that varicocele can reappear if you do not receive proper treatment. To avoid recurrence, go for homeopathy for varicocele treatment.
IS SURGERY EFFECTIVE IN VARICOCELE TREATMENT?
The most suggested procedure in allopaths for varicocele treatment is called laparoscopic varicocelectomy. In this process, the doctor performs this surgery using several small incisions to see inside your body and a laparoscope with a light and camera. In addition, your doctor may perform an open surgery, which uses a large incision to allow your doctor to see inside your body for better visibility for the operation. But this varicocele treatment has possible side effects like fluid buildup around your testicle (hydrocele), leg pain or swelling, difficulty peeing or fully emptying your bladder, redness, Inflammation, drainage from your incisions, infection, high fever (101°F or higher), etc.