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What are the causes & symptoms of the varicoceles? Can it cause infertility?

A varicocele is a particular kind of disease that is accountable for affecting only males. It customarily brought out whenever the testicles and scrotum are developed with the varicose vein. This hernia surgery in Vizag is carried out at economical prices.

• What are varicoceles?
Varicoceles is a problem that is customarily found in 15 to 20% of all males. The experience of getting afflicted with the problem is not the same with everybody because for some it is not at all painful. While for some the symptoms may be the ones that are causing extreme discomfort to severe pain. The patterns of pain are also different in all males. For some, the pain gets aggravated when the individual is standing or sitting for a considerably long period.

If this problem of varicoceles is not treated then it can cause the problem which is known as testicular atrophy.

• Varicoceles and infertility
Male infertility and varicoceles are closely related to each other. Because owing to the affliction of the varicoceles, the person is believed to be suffering from:

• Insignificant sperm count
The varicoceles are believed to decrease the sperm count. The connotation of the decrement is related to the insignificancy because if the sperm count will be insignificant it could not contribute to making the female pregnant.

• Sperm motility
Owing to the condition of the varicoceles, sperm motility is something that will come to the origin. Because the sperm cells fail to move in the required direction.

The main reason behind the generation of ineffective sperm is that whenever the males are oppressed with the problem of varicoceles, then the temperature of the scrotum is believed to be raised which is the predominant cause of the generation of ineffective sperms.

Which are the preponderant risk factors for the varicoceles?

According to expert doctors, there are no risk factors for the development of varicoceles. If you are a male then that is itself a risk factor of getting afflicted with this problem.

Which are the main symptoms of the varicocele?
It is customarily observed that the varicoceles do not show up with any symptoms if in the rarest cases it gets showed up then the following symptoms come to origin:

• The emergence of the mass in the testicles that is particularly lumpy
• Enlargement of the veins in the scrotum
• Twisting of veins present in the scrotum
• Swelling of the scrotal area
• The recurring and severe pain in the testicles which is supposed to get decreases as soon as you lie on your back

When is the right time to deliberate with the doctor?

• If the pain in the scrotal area is getting worsened day by day
• If the scrotal area is getting swelled up
• If both the testicles are of different shapes and sizes
• If you have observed a mass in your testicles

Takeaway
It is relevant to mention here that the procedures which aim at diagnosing and treating the varicose are significantly simple and are considered painless, so do not hesitate and book your consultation with us right away.

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