What is varicocele?
The scrotum is a skin-covered sac that holds your testicles. It also contains the arteries and veins that deliver blood to the reproductive glands. A vein abnormality in the scrotum may result in a varicocele.
A varicocele is simply an enlargement of the veins within the scrotum.
It’s called ‘ipa doro/isale’ in my mother’s tongue (Yoruba).
It only occur in the scrotum and is very similar to varicose veins that occur in the leg. A varicocele can result decreased sperm production and quality, which in some cases can lead to INFERTILITY. It can shrink the testicles as well.
Varicocele are common. They can be found in 15% of the adult male population and around 20% of adolescent males. They are more common in males aged 15 to 20.
Varicoceles generally form during puberty and are commonly found on the left side of your scrotum. The anatomy of right and left side of your scrotum isn’t the Same. Varicocele can exist on both sides but it’s extremely rare. Not all varicoceles affect sperm production.
Varicocele are believed to be caused by defective valves in the veins within the scrotum, just above the testicles.
Normally, these veins regulate the flow of blood to and from the testicles. Whenever normal flow doesn’t occur, the blood back up, causing the veins to dilate( enlarge). This most commonly takes place during puberty, when the testicles are experiencing rapid growth and need the most blood.
In about 85% of cases, it occurs in the left testicle area. The poor circulation caused by the varicocele results in a high blood temperature, raising the temperature of the testes, which can serve as a barrier to sperm production and damage or destroy sperm that is created.
Because a varicocele rarely produces symptoms, it’s common for a man not to be aware that he has one unless it causes problems with INFERTILITY or is noticed during a routine physical exam.
When symptoms do occur, they tend to be felt as a dull ache or feeling of heaviness in the testicles, which gets worse during the day, Particularly in hot weather or after physical exertion. The dilated veins in the scrotum can often be felt or seen, and the testicles is smaller on the varicocele side.
A varicocele often produces no signs or symptoms. Rarely, it might cause pain. The pain may:
Vary from sharp to dull discomfort
Increase with standing or physical exertion, especially over long periods
Worsen over the course of a day
Be relieved when you lie on your back
With time, varicoceles might enlarge and become more noticeable. A varicocele has been described as looking like a “bag of worms.” The condition might cause a swollen testicle, almost always on the left side.
INFERTILITY is a more common complications of a Varicocele.
Varicoceles are a common cause of low sperm production and decreased sperm quality, which can cause infertility. Varicoceles might keep the local temperature in or around the testicle too high, affecting sperm formation, movement (motility) and function.
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