Treatment For Varicose Veins In Testicles

How To Get Rid Of Varicose Veins Naturally.
varicocele is a like varicose veins of the small

Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and tortuous. The term usually refers to the veins on the leg, although varicose veins can occur elsewhere. Veins have leaflet valves to prevent blood from smooth backwards (retrograde). Leg muscles pump the veins to go back blood to the heart, against the effects of gravity. When veins become varicose, the leaflets of the valves no longer meet properly, and the valves don't work. This allows blood to flow backwards and they enlarge even more. Varicose veins are most common in the external veins of the legs, which are subject to high pressure when standing. Besides cosmetic troubles, varicose veins are often painful, especially when standing or walking.

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Causes of Varicose Veins

1.    Pregnancy - varicose veins are a ordinary difficulty of pregnancy; they usually improve within 3 months of delivery but may not reverse totally.

2.    Obesity

3.    Thrombophlebitis

4.    Chronic cough

5.    Chronic constipation

6.    Leg injury

7.    Deep vein thrombosis

8.    Phlebitis

Symptoms of Varicose Veins

1.    Aching pain

2.    Easily tired legs

3.    Leg heaviness

4.    Swelling in the legs

5.    Darkening of the skin (in severe cases)

6.    Numbness in the legs

7.    Itching or irritated rash on the legs.

Home Remedies for Varicose Veins

1.    Vitamin K cream will help strengthen the capillaries.

2.    Marigold is of great value for treating varicose veins.

3.    Calcium supplement will help stimulate the venous system.

4.    A mudpack may be applied at night and allowed to remain until morning.

5.    An alternate hot and cold hip bath is very valuable and should be taken daily.

6.    Vegetable juices serve as an excellent remedy in the treatment of varicose veins.

7.    Apply vitamin E oil or comfrey, white oak bark, or witch hazel tea to the affected areas.

8.    Take bayberry, cayenne, taheebo, and white oak bark for healing and preventative effects.

9.    Potatoes, starchy foods, condiments, alcohol, coffee, strong tea, white flour products and white sugar should be avoided.

10.    A hot Epsom salt bath is also effective and should be taken twice a week.


5 thoughts on “Treatment For Varicose Veins In Testicles”

  1. varicose vein in the testicles treatment?
    I read on the internet that it can cause you not to be able to have kids…Is there a treatment for it??
    what would the surgically repaired include? Also will that change around the not being able to have kids or will it just stay that way

    1. Sometimes they go in and reroute the vein to another vein to reduce swelling. It doesn’t always cause infertility.

  2. what will happen if my husband its positive for varicocele?
    he did the test already we going to see the results on march 28 but im scared if he has to do surgery to removed it cause he drinks pills for his epilepsy seizure what can I do to calm down I cant stop thinking and fearing about the results.
    varicocele:A varicocele is a widening of the veins along the cord that holds up a man’s testicles.
    Causes, incidence, and risk factors

    A varicocele forms when valves inside the veins along the spermatic cord prevent blood from flowing properly. This causes the blood to back up, leading to swelling and widening of the veins. (This is essentially the same process that leads to varicose veins, which are common in the legs.)

    Varicoceles usually develop slowly. They are more common in men ages 15 – 25 and are most often seen on the left side of the scrotum. Varicoceles are often the cause of infertility in men.

    The sudden appearance of a varicocele in an older man may be caused by a kidney tumor, which can block blood flow to a vein. This is more common on the left side than the right.
    Symptoms

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    Enlarged, twisted veins in the scrotum
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    Infertility
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    Painless testicle lump, scrotal swelling, or bulge within the scrotum

    There may not be symptoms.
    Signs and tests

    The health care provider will examine the groin area, including the scrotum and testicles. The doctor may be able to feel a nontender, twisted mass along the spermatic cord. (It feels like a bag of worms.)

    However, the mass may not be able to be seen or felt, especially when lying down.

    The testicle on the side of the varicocele may be smaller than the one on the other side.
    Treatment

    A scrotal support (jock strap) or snug underwear may provide some relief of the pain or discomfort. If pain continues or other symptoms occur, further treatment may be needed.

    Surgery to correct a varicocele is called a varicocelectomy. The surgery is usually done on an outpatient basis. You will receive some type of numbing medication (anesthesia). The urologist will make a cut, usually in the lower abdomen, and tie off the abnormal vein. Blood will now flow around the area into normal veins. Keep an ice pack on the area for the first 24 hours after surgery to reduce swelling.

    An alternative to surgery is varicocele embolization. This method is also done on an outpatient basis. However, it uses a much smaller cut than surgery, so you heal faster. A small hollow tube called a catheter (tube) is placed into a vein in your groin or neck area.

    Using x-rays as a guide, the health care provider moves the tube into the varicocele. A tiny coil passes through the tube into the varicocele. The coil blocks blood flow to the bad vein, and sends it to normal veins.

    After the procedures, you will be told to place ice on the area and wear a scrotal support for a little while. Complications from treatment may include:

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    Atrophic testis
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    Blood clot formation
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    Infection
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    Injury to the scrotal tissue or nearby blood vessel

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