Overcoming Pain Due To Varicocele And Ejaculatory Fluid That Does Not Come Out?
Dear Doctor, please help to prescribe varicocele pain relievers, because I have not been able to do an ultrasound because of limited funds. Then my sperm no longer produced. I’m afraid of barrenness. Thanks
Hello Eko, Thank you for the question.
What do you mean, no more ejaculation fluid comes out? I need to straighten out that when a man ejaculates, what comes out of the penis is ejaculatory fluid which consists of sperm and fluid produced by other glands. To ensure the presence or absence of sperm in the ejaculatory fluid sperm analysis needs to be examined. Thus, in your story, what you worry about is not necessarily what you experience.
Are your symptoms confirmed by varicocele? Varicocele is a dilation of veins located in the scrotum / sac of the testicles. Complaints that can be experienced by patients is the appearance of a lump in the scrotum accompanied by discomfort or pain. Varicocele does not cause disruption of ejaculatory discharge. In addition to varicoceles, lumps that appear on the scrotum can be caused by hydrocele, orchitis, and epididymitis. To determine the cause of a lump in the scrotum, a physical examination by a doctor and other examinations such as an ultrasound examination are required. An ultrasound examination in your condition is indeed needed to ascertain the cause of your symptoms, yes. The best step is to check with your doctor first so that further tests can be done by a doctor and proper treatment can be given. If you have financial constraints, you can take advantage of BPJS facilities; You can make a certificate of being unable to take care of BPJS.
To reduce temporary discomfort or pain, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers at pharmacies such as paracetamol. Follow the instructions for use listed on the medicine packaging.
I hope this helps.