Can varicocele recur after varicocelectomy?

Yes, ... The varicocele recurrence rate for non-microscopic inguinal varicocelectomy is reportedly 9% to 16% compared to a 1% to 2% recurrence rate for varicocele repairs performed microsurgically. So its recurrence does happen.
Varicocele. Definitely, especially if you miss a tributary of the main vein during surgery.

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How long does varicocelectomy (varicocele repair) take?

Varicocele. Depending on the experience of the surgeon, less than an hour including anesthesia time. Read more...
May be 1-2 hours... I would take 1-2 hours on average; of course, it could be longer or shorter depending on anatomical variation, surgeon's skill, and supporting environment. Read more...

I have a varicocele which is in grade 1, it does not cause me any pain or even discomfort... is it necessary for me to undergo varicocelectomy?

Here are some ... Varicocelectomy in adults is recommended for clinically verified varicocele-related symptoms like that for varicose veins for legs and for desperate male infertility. So, it's usually of no need to undergo varicocelectomy. More? Ask urologist timely. Best wishes ... Read more...

Laproscopic varicocelectomy for left side varicocele 1 month ago. No noticeable hydrocele. Am I in the clear?

Should be good. While there could also ways be late recurrences, pure probably ok. Best to ask your surgeon however. Hope this helps! Read more...
Yes... But you have to be treated for the cause of varicocele.....which is filariasis in your area. If not malignant process etc. have to brought in to consideration. Read more...
Your question. That depends on why the procedure was done. If it was done for infertility you will need a follow up sperm count. If it was done for pain, then YOU will have to judge the success of the procedure in alleviating the pain. Read more...

Is embolization a feasible option of treating varicocele that has recurred after laparoscopic varicocelectomy a few years earlier?

Yes! Yes very much so. An interventional radiologist would need to perform this procedure. You can also consider a "low" inguinal varicocele repair involving a small incision at the groin level. Read more...

I'd pain in right testis, due to big left varicocele, had varicocelectomy 36 days ago, now right sided pain slowly disapears, how's this possible?

Here are some ... At times, not everything you feel may have a perfect explanation; likewise for what you reported. Clinically, right testicular pain may not related with left varicocelectomy for either symptom or small testis or infertility. Now that you felt better on the pain of right testis, congratulate but still watch and see. Such pain may be related with intermittent torsion, or referring ache from far-site. Read more...