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One in Seven Men Has a Varicocele- What is it?

If you have a swelling on one or both sides of your scrotum, you might have a varicocele. So what is a varicocele?

I’ll start with the pronunciation. Imagine you are on an iceberg with a seal. You shiver as you try to say “Very cold, seal” and it comes out “Very co, seal.”

A varicocele is basically one or more swollen veins in the scrotum. When the spermatic veins that lead upward from the testicles toward the heart become abnormally swollen, the one-way valves inside the veins fail and it becomes difficult for blood to be pumped uphill against gravity.

Normally the blood leaving the scrotum is pumped upward when the heart beats. Then the valves close and prevent the blood from falling back down until the next heartbeat. When the vein gets stretched out and becomes too wide for the valves to fully close, then the blood flows back down between beats. The blood backs up in the veins around the testicles, the weight of the blood stretching and enlarging the veins further, like when you pour water into a balloon.

These swollen veins are called a varicocele. You may know someone who has varicose (i.e. swollen) veins in their legs. A varicocele is, essentially, varicose veins of the scrotum. Without proper blood flow, the testicles become undernourished, polluted, and overheated. This may result in infertility or low testosterone levels.

Varicoceles are common. About 15% of all men have a varicocele. Varicoceles usually develop slowly and there may not be any symptoms. Over time, the veins may become quite enlarged and painful.

Varicoceles usually appear on the left side of the scrotum, but can involve both sides, in which case there is an increased possibility that they may contribute to hormone imbalances that cause erectile dysfunction.

Varicoceles develop after puberty, most commonly in men aged 15 to 25. The sudden appearance of a varicocele in an older man may be caused by a renal tumor that affects the renal vein and impairs the blood flow through the spermatic vein. However, it is common for a varicocele to go undiagnosed until fertility problems become evident or it becomes quite enlarged or painful, so an older man diagnosed with a varicocele may actually have had it for many years.

It is widely believed that varicoceles are the most common cause of infertility, although this is debated. 39% of males who are treated for infertility have a varicocele. Among those who have previously fathered a child but now are unable to do so, 80% have a varicocele. The good news is that fertility can be restored when the varicocele is treated.

The consensus opinion is that varicoceles are not a health risk and do not require treatment. However, while you delay treating your varicocele, your testicle may be shrinking, resulting in lower testosterone levels. This has profound effects, resulting in decreased vitality and a weakened immune system.

Several studies have shown a decrease in testosterone levels in men with varicoceles, however it is often still within the normal range.

Varicocele and Fertility – Will It Keep You From Having Children?

It is widely believed that varicoceles are the most common cause of infertility, although this is debated. 39% of males who are treated for infertility have a varicocele. Among those who have previously fathered a child but now are unable to do so, 80% have a varicocele. The good news is that fertility can be restored when the varicocele is treated.

What is a varicocele? When the veins that lead upward from the testicles toward the heart become abnormally swollen, the one-way valves inside those veins fail and it becomes difficult for blood to be pumped uphill against gravity. The blood backs up in the veins around the testicles, stretching and enlarging them, forming a varicocele. Without proper blood flow, the testicles become undernourished, polluted, and overheated.

Overheating is suspected to be the biggest culprit in male infertility. Sperm needs to be 4-6 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than body temperature. That’s why the scrotum hangs down below the body. In fact, one Japanese birth control method is simply for the man to take daily hot baths. Some studies show that an increase in scrotal temperature of just one degree Fahrenheit can impair fertility by as much as 40%.

Having a varicocele does not necessarily mean you will have fertility problems. Only 25% of men with varicoceles have a fertility problem. In fact, many men with large varicoceles have excellent sperm counts.

Often a fertility problem that appears to be caused by a varicocele turns out to be caused by something else. Varicocele surgery will result in an improvement in sperm count and motility in only about 30% of patients. The people who run infertility clinics claim that controlled trials show that the pregnancy rate does not improve after varicocele surgery and therefore you are better off spending your money at their clinic for “assisted reproductive techniques” than wasting your money on varicocele surgery. I am skeptical of their claims.

I found this gem on an infertility clinic web site: “Today, most infertility specialists would advise infertile men with varicoceles to consider going in for IVF, rather than for varicocele surgery.” IVF is a service offered by infertility specialists. Varicocele surgery is not. Basically what they are saying is “We advise you to spend your money on our services rather than somewhere else.”

The surgeons claim that after varicocele repair, semen quality improves in 67% of patients with the most improvement seen in sperm motility rather than in sperm count. The pregnancy rate is as high as 40% after the first year and 60% after the second year, as compared to a 10 percent pregnancy rate for uncorrected varicoceles. The average pregnancy occurs 6 to 9 months after surgery.

The improvement in sperm count following surgery may not be immediate, because it takes 3 months from the time a sperm is born to the time it is ready for action (70 days to mature and 15-20 days of transit through the ductal system). It takes a year to create a child. Three months in the sack, then 9 months in the womb. The egg that the sperm fertilizes may be ten years old at the time of fertilization.

Several studies have shown a decrease in the testosterone levels in men with varicoceles, however it is often still within the normal range.

For infertile men with low serum testosterone levels, removal of the varicocele has been shown to improve serum testosterone levels.

Varicoceles usually appear on the left side of the scrotum, but can involve both sides. Varicoceles are not a health risk and do not require treatment.

Seven Varicocele Symptoms and How to Deal

A varicocele? No, it’s not a type of pasta, it’s a group of enlarged veins in the scrotum (the pouch of skin that contains a man’s testicles). They are usually caused by faulty valves in the veins of the scrotum. Here’s the rub, sometimes a man doesn’t know if he has a varicocele because symptoms can go unnoticed. To help fight that injustice, here are the seven most common symptoms of a varicocele and how to find relief.

Varicocele Symptoms:

1) One testicle is bigger than the other.Usually, the smaller testicle is the one that has the varicocele. Most of the time, it’s the left side that gets the varicocele due to the position of the veins on that side.

2) Scrotum feel or look like a bag of worms or a have a lump that doesn’t hurt?That may be a varicocele; in fact, that description is the perfect metaphor for a varicocele.

3) A dull ache in the scrotum. Men who have an inexplicable and uncomfortable ache in their scrotum should pay attention. The ache may be caused by blood pooling in the scrotum. Using a jockstrap or extra supportive briefs may help ease the discomfort.

4) Pain that increases when standing and decreased while laying down.When a man is on his feet, blood pools to his varicocele. Lying down helps drain the blood from a scrotum, relieving the tension and pain.

5) Hot weather and prolonged exercise can make groin pain worse.The warmer it is, in your body or outside, the more blood that pumps in the body. This causes more blood to pool to the site of the varicocele.

6) Low-T.Varicoceles can interfere with testosterone production. This can lead to many other symptoms such as:

– Low libido

– Erectile Dysfunction

– Lack of energy or ambition

– Extreme fatigue

– Fat gain and muscle loss

– Hot flashes

– Difficulty sleeping

– Depression

– Difficulty concentrating

7) Infertility.Since sperm is produced in the testicles, a varicocele can actually heat up the area, affecting sperm production, motility, and function. In short, it can cause lower fertility or infertility. In fact, studies have shown varicoceles are responsible for 40% of male infertility issues. Some studies also show that there may be an autoimmune disorder that results as a result of a varicocele which causes the body to kill sperm.

How to Deal with a Varicocele

They definitely seem pretty pesky, but what can be done about varicoceles? Some symptoms are aesthetic and unless they really bother a man, it can be left alone and lived with. For men experiencing pain, are unhappy with scrotum appearance as a result of a varicocele or wants to remedy the more serious issues like Low-T and infertility, they should seek out medical care. See a doctor for options. A varicocele embolization, a minimally invasive procedure with quick recovery time, can make varicoceles a thing of the past.

As always, good penis health care is also recommended for keeping the penis happy and healthy. Be sure to engage in a regular exercise, eat a healthy diet, get adequate sleep, and conduct monthly exams on the penis and scrotum to detect any moles, sores, or lumps which need attention.

Also, be sure to commit to a regular hygiene ritual to keep the penis clean and free of infections. Cleanse the skin with a gentle cleanser, dry well, and moisturize. When conditioning the delicate genital area use a specially formulated penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for the skin). This type of crème delivers essential vitamins and amino acids necessary for cell turnover, keeping bacteria away, and promoting healthy firmness and elasticity.

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