What do you know about the symptoms, prevention and treatment of this male condition?
How to work Varicocele?
-Varicoseal disease causes the vessels to grow inside the testicles. Varicocele is similar to varicose vein that occurs in the legs. Varicocele is one of the most common causes of sperm motility and reduced sperm quality, which can lead to infertility and infertility in men, however, it does not affect sperm production. In addition, varicocele can also reduce the testicles.
-Most types of varicocele grow over time. Fortunately, varicocele types can be identified, and many do not require specific treatment, however, when varicoceles cause you discomfort, you usually need surgery to treat and improve it.
Varicoseal disease often has no signs and symptoms, but if symptoms appear, these symptoms may include:
-Large and twisted veins in testicle sac
-Vertigo and bulb in the testes, which are not painful, of course.
-The pain in the testicle’s area of the leg may be increased by sitting, rising and other physical stretches, and getting better at the back when it stretches back.
Reasons for varicocele
-Varicocele occurs when the valves inside the vein along the spermatozoa route block the flow of blood and disrupt its functioning. This problem causes blood to go back to the bloodstream, resulting in swelling and flatulence of the veins.
-Varicocele generally progresses slowly, often formed in puberty, is more common in men 15 to 25, and is commonly seen on the left side of the testicular sac. However, there are no factors that can increase the risk of developing the disease, but the results of some studies suggest that obesity may increase your risk of developing varicoceles.
-The sudden appearance of varicoceles in older men may be due to kidney tumors and requires careful examination.
Complications of varicocele
Varicoceles can reduce the affected testicle, and can also cause infertility in men. It is unclear why the disease causes male infertility, but it can be due to increased temperature in the area and as a consequence of the effect on the formation and motility of the sperm.
Diagnosis of varicocele disease:
Your doctor examines the groin area, including the testes and testes, to diagnose your condition. Since varicocele may not show a scrotal area, scrotal ultrasound can be used to diagnose it.
Varicocele disease types:
Step 1: The veins are palpable when strung
Step 2: The veins are palpable in standstill
Step 3: The veins are visible in standstill
“Subclinical varicocele: Not susceptible to examination, but diagnosed with ultrasound.”
Treating or not treating varicocele:
-Varicocele is a benign condition but it does not have a medication and the only method of treatment is surgery. Deciding to act depends on a variety of factors such as the varicocele severity and the patient’s age and fertility status (marital or having no child). In cases where the patient has varicoclide grays of two or three who have been referred to infertility, they need surgery for varicocelectomy. If varicocele is associated with an impairment in semen testing, it still needs surgery.
-In some referrals, if a young man has a visible or palpable varicose vein (degree three or two) and is not currently considering having a baby, it is advised to prevent its adverse effects on fertility. There is a controversy regarding the treatment of very mild or subclinical varicocele.
As mentioned, varicocele does not have a medication and the only method of treatment is surgery. Treatment methods are either surgically cut or by the method of (sending a clot) through the skin. Varicocele surgery or so-called varicocelectomy is the closure of testicular veins that, after blockage of these veins, gradually disappears due to the lack of and movement of blood, the blocked veins are reduced and destroyed and varicocele resolves.
#This action can be taken through a small incision on the abdominal skin at a length of 4.2 cm.