WHAT IS VARICOCELE?
A varicocele is an abnormal enlargement of the pampiniform venous plexus in the scrotum. This plexus of veins drains blood from the testicles. The testicular blood vessels originate in the abdomen and course down through the inguinal canal as part of the spermatic cord on their way to the testis.
1. WHAT IS THE MAIN CAUSE OF VARICOCELE?
Varicoceles are a common cause of low sperm production and decreased sperm quality, which can cause infertility. However, not all varicoceles affect sperm production. Varicoceles can also cause testicles to fail to develop normally or shrink.
2. IS VARICOCELE A BAD THING?
However, when valves in the testicular vein don’t work properly, gravity can make blood collect in the scrotum, causing a varicocele. They usually occur on the left side, likely related to the course of the testicular vein in the abdomen. Varicocele’s are very common, and they are not dangerous.
3. HOW DO YOU TEST FOR VARICOCELE?
A specialist will conduct a physical exam, which might reveal a non tender mass above your testicle that feels like a bag of worms. If it’s large enough, your doctor will be able to feel it.
If you have a smaller varicocele, your doctor might ask you to stand, take a deep breath and hold it while you bear down (Valsalva maneuver). This helps your doctor detect abnormal enlargement of the veins.
If the physical exam is inconclusive, your doctor might order a scrotal ultrasound. This test, which uses high-frequency sound waves to create precise images of structures inside your body, might be used to ensure there isn’t another reason for your symptoms.
4. CAN YOU GET PREGNANT WITH A VARICOCELE?
If men with a palpable varicocele and poor sperm quality have treatment, the chances of their partner becoming pregnant could possibly improve. Most couples who are trying for a baby will succeed within two years. If it takes them longer, they are considered to have a fertility problem.
5. IS VARICOCELE TREATABLE?
Yes. Treatment of varicocele will improve/cure the infertility and improve the quality of sperm.
6. CAN VARICOCELE BE TREATED WITHOUT SURGERY?
Yes. Our varicocele solution kits will help in treating your varicocele naturally without negative side effects.
7. CAN VARICOCELE LEAD TO CANCER?
Yes. It leads to testicular cancer if not quickly treated
8. IS VARICOCELE SURGERY PAINFUL?
After surgery, you may have slight pain in your groin for 3 to 6 weeks. Your scrotum and groin may be bruised and swollen.
9. WHAT IS THE SUCCESS RATE OF VARICOCELE SURGERY?
It may be potentially more cost-effective to do varicocele surgery compared with natural treatment. Surgical treatment successfully eliminates over 90 – 99% of varicoceles. Improvement in semen parameters, however, may take 3 to 6 months.
10. HOW DOES IT FEEL WHEN YOU GET VARICOSE VEINS?
Varicose veins are enlarged veins with a rope-like appearance. They’re usually purple or blue in color, occur right beneath your skin, and typically affect your legs and feet.
Varicose veins are caused by malfunctioning valves in your veins that are unable to bring blood back to your heart effectively as they work against gravity.
feeling of heavy, achy legs
feeling of throbbing and burning in your legs
swelling in your calves and around your ankles
discomfort around a particular area of veins
11. CAN YOU FEEL A VARICOCELE?
Yes. The common symptoms are:
-DILATED/SWOLLEN veins, normally on the left side of the scrotum, that occur mostly on the top left corner of the scrotum, and can occur underneath the left testicle, if the varicocele is advanced enough.
-Dull ache in the testicles/scrotum after standing or sitting for a long period of time.
-Ache in the bottom left side of the abdomen, near the protruding hip bone.
-Disappearance of the dialation after laying down for a while.
-Dialations can be seen most of the time after a hot bath/shower, or 1-2 hours, post-ejaculation.
-If the varicocle is advanced enough, you will experience pain when the dialted veins are touched in certain areas.
12. HOW BAD IS THE PAIN OF TESTICULAR TORSION?
Testicular torsion is characterized by excruciating one-sided testicular pain, with sudden swelling. Since the cord structures twist (like the strings of a puppet), the testicle elevates as well. Patients may have nausea and vomiting. Patients may also have abdominal pain.
13. IS IT BAD TO HAVE VEINS ON YOUR BALLS?
It is not clear if they are in the scrotum or on the skin surface.
Nevertheless, make an appointment to see a urologist. They can do an exam, transilluminate with light and perhaps do an ultrasound to help make a diagnosis.
14. WHICH TESTICLE PRODUCES THE MOST SPERM?
The two testicles (or testes) produce sperm and the male sex hormone testosterone. Next to each testicle, the epididymis is a light ‑colored tube where sperm is stored. From here, sperm are transported to the vas deferens.
15. WHY ARE MY BALLS SO DARK?
It’s common for the penis and testicles to be darker than the rest of the body, and if some of your ancestors were perhaps quite dark-skinned, then it wouldn’t be surprising if this made your genitals rather darker.
The obvious thing to do now is to ask your GP to look at your penis and testicles, and to decide whether you really do have a fungal infection.
If it turns out that you don’t have any skin disorder, then please bear in mind that a potential sex partner might well find dark genitalia not unattractive.
16. WHY DO I HAVE PURPLE BALLS?
Lack of blood flow makes the penis and testicles turn purple and they can die in as little as two hours or less if the blood flow is blocked off enough. Go straight in for help, you could lose your penis and testicles to gangrene if no help when the blood flow is cut off. Then your penis and testicles would need to be cut off permanently if they die completely.
17. WHAT DOES TESTICULAR TORSION LOOK LIKE?
Sudden, severe pain on one side of the scrotum
Redness and swelling of the scrotum
One testicle that’s suddenly larger than the other
18. HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE A TWISTED TESTICLE?
When a guy start feeling pain and notice swelling in the testicle.
19. HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU HAVE TESTICULAR CANCER?
Symptoms of testicular cancer may include: Painless lump or swelling on either testicle. If found early, a testicular tumor may be about the size of a pea or a marble but it can grow much larger. Pain or discomfort, with or without swelling, in a testicle or the scrotum.
20. CAN YOU GET CANCER FROM JACKING OFF (MASTURBATION)?
Sexual intercourse did not affect prostate cancer risk. But frequent masturbation did in different ways, at different times of life.
Frequent masturbation during men’s 20s and 30s increased their risk of prostate cancer.
21. WHAT ARE THE EARLY WARNING SIGNS OF TESTICULAR CANCER?
Signs and symptoms of testicular cancer include:
A lump or enlargement in either testicle.
A feeling of heaviness in the scrotum.
A dull ache in the abdomen or groin.
A sudden collection of fluid in the scrotum.
Pain or discomfort in a testicle or the scrotum.
Enlargement or tenderness of the breasts.
22. WHAT IS THE MOST COMMON SYMPTOM OF TESTICULAR CANCER?
Common symptoms of testicular cancer include: A swelling and/or lump in one or both of the testes. You may or may not have pain in the testes or scrotum. A heavy feeling in the scrotum.
23. WHAT IS THE EPIDIDYMIS SUPPOSED TO FEEL LIKE?
You should also know that each normal testicle has a small, coiled tube (epididymis) that can feel like a small bump on the upper or middle outer side of the testicle. Normal testicles also have blood vessels, supporting tissues, and tubes that carry sperm. Some men may confuse these with abnormal lumps at first.
24. IS A VARICOCELE SERIOUS?
However, when valves in the testicular vein don’t work properly, gravity can make blood collect in the scrotum, causing a varicocele. They usually occur on the left side, likely related to the course of the testicular vein in the abdomen.
25. HOW VARICOCELE IS CAUSED?
Your spermatic cord carries blood to and from your testicles. It’s not certain what causes varicoceles. However, many experts believe a varicocele forms when the valves inside the veins in the cord prevent your blood from flowing properly. This might cause damage to the testicle and result in worsened fertility.
26. HOW DO YOU TEST FOR VARICOCELE?
If you have a smaller varicocele, your doctor might ask you to stand, take a deep breath and hold it while you bear down (Valsalva maneuver). This helps your doctor detect abnormal enlargement of the veins. If the physical exam is inconclusive, your doctor might order a scrotal ultrasound.
26. CAN VARICOCELE BE TREATED WITHOUT SURGERY?
Yes. Treat varicocele naturally with our varicocele solution kits without negative side effect.
27. IS VARICOCELE TREATABLE?
YES. In cases of male infertility, treatment of a varicocele might improve or cure the infertility or improve the quality of sperm.
28. HOW CAN I KEEP MY BALLS FROM SAGGING?
Exercise One involves both the penis and the testicles. It works best if a partner helps you. Hold your breath for two minutes, if possible, and squeeze your PC muscle (the support muscle in the genitals best identified when you stop the flow of urine) while you or your partner pulls down on your scrotum. This exercise is most effective if you warm your scrotum with hot water beforehand. Do this for five minutes a day.
Encircle the scrotum with thumb and index or middle finger, above the testicles, then pull down and forward lightly. Use the fingertips of your other hand to gently, but firmly, massage the testicles and scrotal contents for 30 seconds. Repeat for a total of five minutes once or twice per day.
Lift your testicles upwards and hold against the body for 10 seconds. When done properly, your penis should be pressed against your stomach. Then release, relax and repeat. Your goal is to work up to six minutes of repetitions once or twice a day.
29. WHY ARE MY BALLS (TESTICLES)COLD ALL THE TIME?
Normally your penis and testicles are supposed to be slightly cooler than the rest of your body–sperm actually survive at a lower temperature and that’s why. However it isn’t normal for it to affect your ability to get an erection.
30. WHY DO MEN’S BALLS (TESTICLES)GET HARD?
The scrotum is the sac of skin that hangs below your penis. … If it’s too cold, your scrotum pulls your testicles closer to your body. If it’s too warm, your testicles hang away from your body. Your scrotum is covered with wrinkly skin and hair.
31. HOW DO BALLS (TESTICLES)LOOK LIKE?
The testicles should feel smooth, without any lumps or bumps, and firm but not hard. You may feel a soft tube at the back of each testicle, which is called the epididymis. If you notice any changes or anything unusual about your testicles, you should see your GP.
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