Varicocele treatment in kukatpally

Varicocele is similar to the varicose veins except that they form in the testes. The scrotum is a sac-like structure that holds testes and nerves, and veins that carry blood to the testes. When the blood flow is disrupted, it causes swelling.

The exact cause for this disruption is still unknown. Most varicoceles develop over time and, in most cases, do not show any symptoms. However, in some instances, they may cause inconvenience because of swelling. They cause low sperm count and, hence, infertility.

Symptoms of Varicocele

  • A lump like formation in one side of testicles

  • Swelling in scrotum
  • Enlarged and twisted veins in the scrotum

  • Mild pain in the scrotum

Though pain management is possible with pain killers, surgery is necessary in some cases where you might want assisted reproductive treatment, having pain, or have testicular atrophy.


Varicocele surgery in kukatpally

Following are the surgical procedures that surgeons use to treat this condition.

Varicocelectomy: It involves clamping of abnormal veins are to bypass the blood flow to normal veins

Varicocele embolization: Blood flow into abnormal veins is blocked using a catheter and coil arrangement.

After surgery, recovery is fast, and you can return to work in 5 to 7 days. Men who have undergone surgery for fertility reasons should undergo semen analysis 2 or 3 months later.

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