The expansion of scrotal veins is known as a varicocele. Similar to varicose veins in the legs, a varicocele. Though not all varicoceles impair sperm production, they significantly contribute to reduced sperm production and decrease sperm motility, resulting in infertility. In addition, the testicles may contract as a result of varicocele.
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.