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Varicocelectomy (varicocele surgery)

Varicocelectomy is a type of surgery to remove the varicocele and restore proper blood flow to the reproductive organs. Varicocele is the accumulation of swollen and enlarged veins in the scrotum or scrotum. Varicocele can interfere with the production of semen and lead to infertility in men by disrupting drainage and draining blood flow to the testicles.

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How does varicocele affect the scrotum?

When a person develops varicocele in the scrotum or scrotum, it blocks the proper flow of blood to the reproductive organs. The scrotum is a sac in which the testicles are located. Varicocele prevents blood from returning to the heart through the scrotal veins or scrotum. As a result, blood collects inside the veins of the scrotum or scrotum, causing the veins in the scrotum to enlarge and dilate. This can reduce the number of sperm produced in the testicles.

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In terms of the price of health services, Healtha aims to offer the most competitive prices with other countries so that the price of Healtha services is much lower than the price of similar services around the world.

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$ 1021 - 1354

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Treatment + 3 Star Hotel

$ 1048 - 1381

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Treatment + 5 Star Hotel

$ 1071 - 1404

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What can you not do after varicocele surgery?

As sitting and laying down for extended periods can increase your risk for blood clots, it’s a good idea to get up and walk around slowly every two to three hours after the initial rest day. Allow your varicocele to heal by avoiding any heavy lifting, pushing, and pulling for at least one week after surgery.

What are the possible side effects of this procedure?

fluid buildup around your testicle (hydrocele)

difficulty peeing or fully emptying your bladder.

redness, inflammation, or drainage from your incisions.

abnormal swelling that doesn’t respond to cold application.

infection.

high fever

feeling nauseous.

Does sperm count increase after varicocele surgery?

Varicocele surgery can lead to improved fertility in that it may achieve the following: Sperm count and sperm quality may improve. Testosterone levels may return to normal. Pain related to a varicocele may be improved.

How common are varicoceles?

Up to 20 percent of all men have a varicocele, but up to 40 percent of men who have fertility problems have a varicocele.

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