VaricoCele​ treatment

Varico Cele

Varico Cele treatment in HSR Layout | Splendore Aesthetic

Varico Cele

Varicocele is a condition in which the veins that drain blood from the testicles become swollen and enlarged. This occurs when the valves within the veins that regulate blood flow become damaged or weak, causing blood to pool and creating a bulge in the scrotum.

Varicoceles are most commonly found on the left side of the scrotum, but can also occur on both sides. They typically develop slowly over time and are more common in men aged 15 to 35. While some men may not experience any symptoms, others may experience discomfort, pain, or swelling in the scrotum. it can also lead to reduced sperm production or quality, which can affect fertility.


Treatment for varicoceles may involve surgery to repair the affected veins or using nonsurgical methods such as wearing a scrotal support or taking medication to alleviate pain or swelling. If infertility is a concern, a doctor may recommend additional fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination (IUI).

At Splendore Aesthetics, you can expect cutting-edge varicose vein treatment options that utilize state-of-the-art technology and advanced techniques. One such treatment is Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLA), which is a minimally invasive procedure that uses laser energy to close off the problematic veins. This procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and there is minimal downtime, allowing you to resume your normal activities quickly.

Another effective treatment option offered at Splendore Aesthetics is Sclerotherapy, which involves injecting a special solution into the veins to cause them to collapse and fade away over time. This non-surgical treatment is ideal for smaller varicose veins and is virtually painless, with no downtime required.

Splendore Aesthetics takes pride in its team of highly skilled and experienced medical professionals who are dedicated to providing the highest level of care to patients. They will conduct a thorough evaluation of your condition, taking into consideration your medical history and individual needs, to develop a customized treatment plan that is best suited for you.



Most frequent questions and answers

A varicocele is a condition where the veins within the scrotum become enlarged and twisted, similar to varicose veins. This can lead to a buildup of blood in the veins, causing the scrotum to become swollen and causing discomfort or pain.

Varicoceles are most commonly found in men between the ages of 15 and 35. They are more common on the left side of the scrotum, and are thought to be caused by a malfunction in the valves within the veins that regulate blood flow.

Varicoceles can cause a variety of symptoms, including pain or discomfort in the scrotum, a feeling of heaviness or dragging in the scrotum, and swelling or bulging on one or both sides of the scrotum. Some men may also experience infertility or a decrease in sperm count.

Varicoceles can be diagnosed through a physical exam by a healthcare provider, who may also order a scrotal ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis. In some cases, additional testing may be necessary to evaluate fertility or assess the severity of the condition.

Treatment options for varicoceles may include observation, which may be recommended if the varicocele is small and not causing any symptoms or fertility issues. Other treatment options include surgery to repair or remove the affected veins, or embolization, which involves injecting a material into the veins to block blood flow. Treatment decisions depend on the severity of the varicocele, the presence of symptoms, and the desire for fertility.