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VARICOCELE AND SURGERY: Herbal teas, Plants, Roots


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First of all, varicocele is not inevitable and the only way out is an operation. The use of natural plants makes it possible to permanently cure varicocele by avoiding surgical operation. The natural remedy for curing varicocele that we offer is completely herbal. It contains 2 elements namely: a herbal tea and an ointment. Trust us! Because it is the secret to cure varicocele without operation thanks to the plants.

Natural remedy by medicinal plants against Varicocele

This natural remedy cures varicocele successfully by strengthening the valves or valves located in the veins of the spermatic cords. It is the miracle solution to avoid surgery. It has proven its effectiveness with dozens of resolved cases.

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What is a varicocele?


We talk about varicocele when your scrotum swells and gets bigger. It looks a lot like a varicose vein in your leg. Except that this is in a much more delicate area. The varicoceles are usually on the left side of the testicles. But they can also be on the right side or on both sides (bilateral varicocele). It is often painless, but sometimes uncomfortable or painful. More seriously, it can affect your fertility or cause your testicles to shrink.
Varicocele is relatively common, especially in young men. About 10 to 15 in every 100 men have this problem.



In the vast majority of cases, treatment is not necessary, unless there is: -
pain and discomfort
-a low sperm count
-infertility that has lasted for at least 2 years and is otherwise unexplained
In these cases, surgery may be recommended. If you wish to avoid the operation, we recommend this herbal tea of ??medicinal plants.
It allows you to cure varicocele without surgery or side effects. When you know that the operation often leaves after-effects, this is a great opportunity.


How is a varicocelectomy (operation for varicose veins of the testicles) done?


Varicocelectomy is an outpatient procedure. You can go home the same day.
Before surgery you should:
-inform your doctor if you are taking any medications or supplements
-Stop taking blood thinners, such as warfarin (Coumadin) or aspirin, to reduce the risk of bleeding during the operation.
-Follow your doctor's instructions on an empty stomach.
-You may not be able to eat or drink 8 to 12 hours before the operation.
-Have someone take you to and from the surgery
-Try to take a day off from work or other responsibilities.
When you arrive for surgery:
-You will be asked to take off your clothes and change into a hospital gown.
-You will lie down on a surgical table and undergo general anesthesia intravenously to keep you asleep.
-Your surgeon will insert a bladder catheter to remove urine while you sleep.
Laparoscopic Varicocelectomy
The most common procedure is a laparoscopic varicocelectomy. Your surgeon performs this operation using several small incisions and a laparoscope with a light and a camera to see inside your body. Your surgeon may perform open surgery, which uses a large incision to allow your surgeon to see inside your body without a camera. To perform a laparoscopic varicocelectomy, your surgeon will:
-Make several small cuts in your lower abdomen
- insert the laparoscope through one of the cuts, allowing them to see inside your body using a screen that projects the view of the camera -
introduce gas into your abdomen to let more space to procedure
-insert surgical tools through other small cuts
-use tools to cut dilated veins that block blood flow
-seal ends of veins using small forceps or cauterizing them with heat -
remove tools and laparoscope after severed veins are sealed
Risks and side effects of surgery
Operating for a varicocele is relatively safe but, as with any surgery, there are certain risks. First, this procedure may not allow you to fully restore your fertility. These are also:
- arterial
damage - new testicular atrophy -
- fluid buildup around your testicle (testicular hydrocele) -
high fever (101 ° F or higher) -
bruising, swelling or fluid buildup in the area
abdominal pain - pain
or swelling in the legs -
vomiting -
Rarely, renal venous thrombosis may develop. This can affect the kidney and require additional surgery.
-Sometimes the veins that blood passes through after surgery also get bigger. Further treatment may then be necessary.

Natural remedy by medicinal plants against Varicocele

Does varicocelectomy affect fertility?
Varicocelectomy helps improve fertility by restoring blood flow to your scrotum, which can lead to increased production of sperm and testosterone.
Your doctor will do a semen test to determine your improvement in 
fertility. Varicocelectomy often results in a 60-80% improvement in semen test results. The cases of pregnancy after varicocelectomy often increase by 20 to 60%.

What is varicocele embolization?

This is a procedure that clogs a vessel in order to divert the blood flow. The intervention is performed by a radiologist and is done through image guidance.

On the day of embolization

Go to the hospital two hours before your scheduled surgery time. After admission, nurses put on your child a hospital gown, weigh them and assess their health. You will be able to speak to the interventional radiologist and the anesthetist. Your doctor will administer the medications that will make your child comfortable.

During treatment, you are asked to wait in the surgery waiting room.


Your child will take pain medication



Children are given medication for care that can be frightening, uncomfortable, or painful. For embolization of a varicocele,  general anesthesia and local anesthetic are given to most children to make them comfortable. The type of anesthetic given to your child will depend on their condition.

Procedure for embolization of a varicocele

The interventional radiologist makes a small incision (0.5 cm) in the skin and inserts a small plastic tube, called a catheter, into a vein in the groin or neck. The radiologist puts a substance into the catheter that blocks the varicocele and diverts the blood to other veins. When the blood vessel is blocked, it withdraws the catheter and presses on the incision in the groin or neck to stop the bleeding. No need for stitches.

The procedure normally lasts two hours.

Risks associated with embolization of a varicocele

Embolization is normally low risk. The risks may increase depending on the disorder the child is suffering from, their age, and their health.

Here are some possible complications:

  • pain
  • infection;
  • bleeding, bruising in the groin and neck
  • swelling of the testicles
  • testicular atrophy (reduction in the size of the testicles)
  • damage to a vessel or nerve
  • blood in urine

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Last edited: 03/08/2020

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