How To Determine The Classification Of Varicocele Disease And How To Overcome It?
Excuse me, I want to ask. I have varicocele and I feel it when I touch it. My question is, does my varicocele include Grade 3 varicocele? And does it have to be operated on? Then how to cure post surgery? Because I want to register for an official school. Thank you
Varicocele is an enlargement of veins in the sac of the testicles. Varicoceles can reduce the function of the testes in the formation of sperm, so that if left untreated can cause infertility. Varicoceles can occur in one or both testicles sacs.
Symptoms experienced by varicocele sufferers are:
Discomfort or pain around the groin, usually gain weight when standing, after the move, straining. Pain usually decreases when lying on your back. Enlargement of the testicular sac Infertility or difficulty having varicocele Grading offspring from I to III, grade I-II can only be examined by a doctor, usually patients are told to do Valsalva maneuver (straining, coughing, to increase intraabdominal pressure). In Grade III varicocele, enlargement has been seen in the testicular sac. In addition to a physical examination ultrasonography will usually be done to ensure that the enlargement is a varicocele.
Varicocele handling is done by varicocelectomy surgery generally done by a urologist. This operation is indicated for patients who complain of continuous pain, testicular atrophy (shrinkage), and have difficulty getting offspring. After surgery, the patient will usually experience pain varying 2-6 weeks, initially the operating area will appear swollen and slowly decrease. Heavy activity is usually avoided in the first week after surgery.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.