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Alternative Treatments For Varicocele
Varicose spermatic cord veins within the scrotum. Usually left sided & due to absent or faulty venous valves between testis and major vessels permitting beack pressure effects on spermatic veins. Can cause infertility in some, but mostly of no consequence. Best treated by urologist if associated with pain which is rare, or there is an ...Read more
I was told I have a isolated right varicocele, and no treatment needed. But I've read that a right varicocele needs to be investigated. What do I do?
See your MD: It has been proposed that new onset right sided varicoceles in men over 40 should be evaluated as a possible sign of occult malignancy occluding the right gonadal vein. The odds that this is true at age 24 are extremely small but an examination and discussion with your doctor is reasonable and a simple test such as an ultrasound exam can help rule this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No home treatment he: Varicocele is a surgically treated condition. So there is no home treatment that you can use. It is a relatively harmless (benign condition) and can be left alone unless you have some symptoms which are bothering you. Tell us your complete history. ...Read more
Surgery embolization: Embolization means "clot making." the doctor injects coils into the testicular veins to block them. Sometimes a fluid is used. Laproscopic surgery & open surgery remove the veins. You & your doctor should discuss best treatment option in your case. See http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/varicocele/ds00618/dsection=treatments-and-drugs. ...Read more
Your urologist: Knows the severity of your condition & would be the best source of information about your options. ...Read more
I have what seems to be a right-sided varicocele on my right testicle that is causing pain what can happen if untreated or does it need treatment?
Varicocele: Right sided varicoceles are quite unusual without having one on the left. You should make sure there is not something causing it inside your pelvis and that it is the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my varicocele really hurts, I don't want to get surgery because of the risks, can anyone please recommend some natural treatment options!?
Please discuss: All of your options with your urologist. ...Read more
What is the treatment of varicocele? Is it by surgery? The vein is closed and contracted to 30%. What should I do?
How chikungunya to be treatment and what food to be taken and not? And I have varicocele is it tue that your sperm will reduce?
I'm a physical therapy 5th year student. Does my varicocele will interfere my profession? I'm shy. Is it shame that im medical course & I have this?
No!: Galactosemia cannot be cured. But, you can take steps to prevent or minimize galactosemia symptoms and complications. The treatment is the strict avoidance of all sources of galactose. The most common source is lactose, which is the milk sugar that breaks down to galactose and glucose. Avoid: milk or milk by-products, fermented soy products, legumes, organ meats, & hydrolyzed protein. ...Read more
Protect: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps & wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot. Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different types: Carotidynia is treated with mixed results based on cause. Some symptoms are inflammatory, others are associated with migraines, and others are caused by vascular disease. Sometimes no definable cause. Work with your doctor to find type and best treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Polymyositis (PM): There are many alternative treaments for polymyositis (pm). They are similar to the therapies use for other autoimmune diseases and include: oral steroids, intravenous immunoglobululins, tacrolimus (prograf) or biologic therapies such as embrel or rituxan (rituximab). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on cause: With paralysis from a stroke or from a spinal cord injury, the mainstays of treatment start with physical and occupational therapy. The goal is to retrain the muscles and decrease disuse atrophy and spasticity (stiffness). There is a lot of research being done on stem cell transplants and electrocortical activation of prosthetics. We anxiously await their progress. ...Read more
This occurs in 15% of the adult population and is not typically visible until after puberty. It is almost always on the left side, and if seen on the right additional evaluation needs to be performed. It is more common in men with infertility and if treated ...Read more
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