Varicose veins testicles treatment

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Hello, Varicose veins in testicles needs to be treated with varicocele surgery or varicocele embolization in which a tube is inserted into the groin and then guided under x-ray or ultrasound to the varicose veins. You should get it examined from a urologist and discuss these two treatment options. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Hi Welcome to the forum! If the varicocele (varicose veins in scrotum) is asymptomatic and infertility is not an issue, no treatment is required. Mild discomfort can be managed by wearing an athletic supporter or snug-fitting underwear during strenuous activity or exercise. However if the person wants to be a father in future, it is better to get it operated. Varicoceles are known to cause infertility as they affect sperm production, especially if they are bilateral.
Two years later and the testicle pain is -- finally -- nearly completely gone, with only mild recurrences now and then. I am left, though, with varicose veins on them and my penis! They showed up on my testicles probably two weeks after the surgery, when the swelling went down. In December 2009 a painful vien showed up on the top, left side of my penis. It soon spread all over, with it turning to throbbing pain in the head that lasted for several days.
I found this advice in a thread from 2009 and sounds similar to what you described. These swollen veins can be due to varicose veins or superficial thrombophlebitis. Penile varicose veins may bruise during sexual intercourse and thus wearing of a condom is highly recommended. Also use of lubricants is recommended during masturbation or during sexual intercourse to avoid bruising the vein. Mondor’s disease is superficial thrombophlebitis of the penis.
I have gone to my urologist for the 4 months now and all he has determined is that I have varicose veins. It feels like the muscle that i use to push out urine and waste is not strong enough or something. The symptoms get worse when I decide to work out or are stressed. I must add that I was very stressed when I thought I had an STD. The symptoms improve a bit when I wear underwear (tighty-whities), not boxers.
Varicocele is a abnormal distention of veins draining one of testicles, analogous to varicose veins in legs; symptoms are swelling, which disappears when lying down, and a dragging pain, especially in hot weather or after exercise. This is treated by ligating the vein surrounding the testicle in the scrotum. Hydrocele is a collection of serous fluid that results from a defect or irritation in the tunica vaginalis of the scrotum. It is a painless swelling.
I feel I need a second opinion as I still get pain around the back of my testicle where the tubes connect, after his examination for varicose veins he said as above there was nothing he could do. The pain comes on after nothing at all, no walking, running or even moving, I could just be lying in bed. What do you think?
Hello, This can be due to varicose veins or Mondor’s disease. It is superficial thrombophlebitis of the penis. This is an inflammatory reaction to a clot within the vein. This subsequently causes blockages and dilation of the vein. It is typically painless, but can be painful. In studies, patients were noted to have thrombophlebitis after a prolonged sexual act with or without intercourse. It was described as cord-like thickening of the superficial penile veins.
Hello, Varicose veins in testicles needs to be treated with varicocele surgery or varicocele embolization in which a tube is inserted into the groin and then guided under x-ray or ultrasound to the varicose veins. You should get it examined from a urologist and discuss these two treatment options. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
If these are varicose veins, what treatment they need? Can they resolve due time with no other treatment than just gentle care? And the original question again, if these are just normal veins (I actually almost hope they're not..) is it possible to make them smaller by not putting penis under so much stress?
Hi, Thanks for writing in. A Varicocele is a network of tangled blood vessels (varicose veins) in the scrotum. It is a leading cause of male infertility and may also cause pain and atrophy (shrinkage) of the testicles. Was it embiolization or varicocelectomy that you got done? These days embolization is the most practiced procedure for the treatment of varicoceles, because unlike varicocele surgery, embolization requires no incision, stitches, or general anesthesia.
No one can figure out where the pain is coming from. I have varicose veins and feel its bein caused by a varicocele. I have a dragging, aching feeling and the pain becomes excruitiating at times. I have had pain develop recently in my pelvis and the shaft of my penis. This problem is really affecting my everyday life.
• Cancer of the testicle • Epididymitis (inflammation of the epididymis) • Inguinal hernia, which may be mistaken for an enlarged testicle • Mumps (viral infection that can cause inflammation of the testicle) • Orchitis (inflammation of the testicle) • Scrotal sac infection • Spermatocele (cyst in the scrotum) • Testicular torsion • Trauma or injury • Varicose veins in the scrotum (varicocele), which may appear as an enlarged testicle Serious or life-threatening causes of an enlarged testicl
is there any other method without surgery like LASER. (Varicose Veins are being treated by laser now) . what about varicocele?what have u done for ur Varicocele? would like your comments ....my email id ***@****. Take Care...
Testosterone levels are below normal. Additionally, I have substantial growth of varicose cele veins surrounding one testicle. Both testicles are small and/or undeveloped and produce relatively small quantities of semen. I have read much of the available internet material on testicular transplants.
Perhaps the marijuana is out of my system now, but its impact on sperm count, fertility, circulation, varicose veins on my penis/testicles has not resolved itself in my opinion. I feel that these symptoms are the cause of my lower sex drive/innability to consistantly maintain the erections I want to please woman/live life happilly and regain my self worth.
Also I have red the best treatment for this is no treatment at all is this also correct? Has anyone had any luck working with a psychologist in relieving these symptoms ?
When flacid, my penis is smaller now. The skin feels different--less sensitive. I see veins where I couldn't see any before. When I walk around, it feels like I don't even have a penis anymore. It feels like nothing is there. As a result of this I have lost my girlfriend, my confidence in life, and I think I am losing my mind. Oral drugs don't help. I've been to urologists at an ivy leage teaching hospital. He basically said 'that's life' and showed me penis pumps.
Piless, regularly called piles, are swollen and inflamed veins in and round the anus and lower rectum. They are far like varicose veins you may see on a person’s legs. Apparently you can get that vibrating feeling from it. Look at below. http://www.naturalremedyhealth.
Mega; I too have the varicose veins in the scrotum and the shaft of the penis. They seem to be very noticeable now. Plus, I now have two or three huge veins up the side of my shaft that I didn't have a year ago.
Your only evidence diagnosed is the varicose veins. Have you visited a different urologist for a second opinion? You doctor must surely rule out it is not causing the pain. Pain from one side shifting to the other side is a typical symptom of CPSS and Myofascial pain. The pain will be unilateral in constant, however suddenly on a day it will shift from one side to the other side.
In the last few days I have noticed the pain starting to radiate to my lower left abdomin. I dont seem to have any lumps on my testicles. Does anyone know what this could be? Thanks.
9-26-07 Approx. 9 weeks ago I had inguinal hernia repair on the left side. It took me around 4 weeks till I was somewhat pain free. Then came horrible testicle pain, I mean unbearable, and it still persists. I went back to the surgeon and he sent me to a uroligist. It was a week before I could get in to see him so I went to the ER. They took blood, urine, and an ultrasound. I was diagnosed with prostitis, fluid on my testicles and varicose viens & prescribed atibodies & pain meds.
Hello everyone, I have been making detailed notes, documenting and recording mine and others symptoms for about 2 months now and reading these forums, comparing everything. Here is what I have: Can anyone relate to all or most of these points? 1. Great variations in size, texture, feeling: - 25-50% of the time is loose, normal size - Sometimes light-weight sorta like it has an internal sponge cake texture or filling. Has a basic structure and shape, almost 'normal.
WoW! I've had a warming sensation in my calf/foot area for months and after some research and medical help(my wife works in an ER and speaks with drs) I thing I have a solution to MY problem. I've noticed that the warming sensation comes and goes with the pain in my lower back. I was injured on the job several years but being an avid outdoors type, I still continue to exercise. Recently I've started golfing several times a week and have aggrivated the back injury.
Look I have no doubt anymore that, reading the above and based upon my own experience, the problem is a mechanical one. Veins are stressed up during erection and sexual intercourse because of strong prostatic compressions. I think this blood in spermea ailment can be stopped short the same way people experiencing internal hemorroids do. For those who do not know what internal hemorroids are, its a bleeding of vessels located just inside the anal passage.
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