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Tests For Varicocele
No reason for it: Test for a varicocele by standing up and feel your left scrotum. Varicocele feels like a "bag of worms" this is more pronounced if you valsalva squeeze abdomen against your diaphragm whilst holding your breath. ...Read more
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
Is it a clear difference between both testis sizes due to varicoceles? What test confirms the shrinkage of testicles due to varicoceles?
Hello i went to the uorologist he did a test on my testicle and asked for an ultra sound and said that I have varicocele type 1 what does this mean?
I have done varicocele surgey aweek ago .When do I start to have sex or play gym again like before? And the pain in my left tests still not gone
Good day to all doctors in the house, after my sperm test and I visit my urology and I was told that I have a varicocele means swollen vains, what do I ?
I have recently had a varicocele embolisation, how long will it take to see results e.g time for the varicocele to significantly reduce in size?
Is it possible to have a varicocele embolization undone (i.e. remove the coil)? If so, are there any risks?
Varicocele: In general no, it is not feasible to remove the coil from a small vessel such as the spermatic vein. I think the larger question is, why would you want to have it removed? ...Read more
Varicose veins: A varicocele is varicose or dilated veins in the scrotum or spermatic cord. These are more common on the left and are due to the absence of valves in the spermatic veins. Infertility may be a problem in 15% of men with varicocele but not all men with varicoceles will be infertile. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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