How to stop varicocele naturally without surgery with proven varicocele treatment in Nigeria

How to stop varicocele naturally without surgery with proven varicocele treatment in Nigeria

Here you can know how to stop varicocele naturally without surgery with proven varicocele treatment in Nigeria

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Proven remedy for varicocele without surgery.

Below is a sample of someone we have treated:

Case 1:

BILATERAL VARICOCELE GOT TREATED IN 2 MONTH WITHOUT SURGERY WITH OUR VARICOCELE TREATMENT.

He had bilateral varicocele, after taken our treatment for 2months. He ran another test and there were no varicocele noted again.

Below are his test reports before treatment and after treatment.

Stop varicocele naturally without surgery with proven varicocele treatment in Nigeria

 

LET US QUICKLY DISCUSS WHAT VARICOCELE IS:

Varicoceles are enlarged varicose veins that occur in the scrotum. They are fairly common, affecting 15 out of 100 men overall and 40 out of 100 men with known infertility. Varicoceles occur most often in the left testicle.

Cure varicocele Stop varicocele naturally without surgery with proven varicocele treatment in Nigeriawithout surgery with proven varicocele treatment in NigeriaIt may cause pain and lead to testicular atrophy (shrinkage of the testicles).

In healthy veins within the scrotum, one-way valves allow blood to flow from the testicles and scrotum back to the heart.

In a varicocele, these valves do not function properly, causing blood to pool enlarging the vein. Some experts believe that the raised temperature that results from the pooled blood in these blocked veins can decrease sperm count and motility of sperm and increase the number of deformed sperm. In fact, the incidence of varicoceles increases to 30 percent in couples who cannot have children.

Veins contain one-way valves that work to allow blood to flow from the testicles and scrotum back to the heart. When these valves fail, the blood pools and enlarges the veins around the testicle in the scrotum to cause a varicocele.

* Approximately 10 percent of all men have varicoceles.

* Among infertile couples, 30 percent of men have varicoceles.

* The highest occurrence of varicoceles is in men ages 15–35.

Symptoms of Varicoceles

1- Male infertility problems: There is an association between varicoceles and infertility. Decreased sperm count, decreased motility of sperm and an increase in the number of deformed sperm are related to varicoceles. Some experts believe these blocked and enlarged veins around the testes cause infertility by raising the temperature in the scrotum and decreasing sperm production.

2- Pain: Men who experience pain in their testicles—particularly when exercising, standing or sitting for a long period of time—may be suffering from varicoceles. Typically, painful varicoceles are prominent in size. If left untreated, varicoceles may lead to infertility.

3- Testicular atrophy: The shrinking of the testicles is another sign of varicoceles. Often, once the testicle is repaired, it will return to normal size.

Varicocele Diagnosis

 Varicoceles are fairly simple to detect and diagnose through physical or diagnostic examination.

95 percent of varicoceles are found on the left side of the scrotum.

The scrotum looks like a bag of worms. The testicles may be shrunken in size.

If varicoceles are not detectable through the above criteria, abnormal blood flow can often be detected with a noninvasive imaging exam called color flow ultrasound or through a venogram—an X-ray in which a special dye is injected into the veins to “highlight” blood vessel abnormalities.

VARICOCELE NATURAL TREATMENT WITHOUT SURGERY

There are numbers of treatment option for men with varicocele but natural solution have proven to be the best option to permanently treat varicocele without recurrence or side effects often associated with surgery.

The conventional treatment for varicocele is surgery (varicocelectomy) in order to remove them, but the problem with surgery is that, it’s not identifying and treating the root cause of the varicocele and medical studies reveals they often grow back after surgery. Many men have done Surgery yet still grow back. No matter if the surgery is performed by the best surgeon in the world, the chances of re-growth are inevitable.

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