FAILED VARICOCELE SURGERY
Need Your Help! "I have been suffering varicocele also once surgery done after surgery it had getting large when I fell getting larger amount I went to same Dr to report and he says this kind of cues it 80 % only chances to get better and he says the surgery had been unsuccessful plz I have been very tension will you plz what to do ? I have very owner to have your side I have kind to say and very thankful if you give me right solution
Your faithful *anonymous Nepal "
*Anonymous I understand what you're going through. I've helped many just like you who have had unsuccessful varicocele surgery. Begin by letting me know your symptoms, and if you have any other conditions, and we can take it from there.
Hi, I am from Kenya, with grade III vericocele, with low Testostrone. Please if you can give some advice and how can access your guide 3rd edition.
[name] if you can afford it, the best way for you to start would be to buy the healing guide (www.varicocelehealing.com/#buy). You can buy it with a credit card, it is an e-book I would forward you the download link after you make your purchase.
I can make you two recommendations that will help a lot. If you like them, you can find over a 100 in the Complete Guide to Natural Healing of Varicocele.
#1) One of the most important things I can recommend is performing inversions: Put your feet up on the wall for 20 minutes everyday.
#2) Keep your testicles cool throughout the day & at night. This means make sure they aren't too hot by feeling them, cooling as needed.
Just perform these two and I promise you that you'll notice amazing results FAST.
#3) Bonus, you can also read over my blog to learn more, I go into detail about several other treatment methods.
You can also preview the healing and pain relief guides.
If you like the results, invest in the guide, or even get started now.
Still experiencing pain after varicocele surgery? Unfortunately, until you remove the stressors that originally caused your vaircocele pain, you won’t be finding pain relief anytime soon. Stressors include heat stress, blood pooling, physical damage, etc. These stressors damage the veins and testicles, and can lead to the redevelopment of both pain and varicose veins. Keep reading and I’ll teach you one really effective way of alleviating one of these stressors.
How do you remove these stressors to create both immediate and long-lasting pain relief? Well that’s what my entire guide is about. The Varicocele Pain Relief Guide has over 70 easy treatments for varicocele pain. Removing these stressors stops the ongoing damage to the testicle and veins, and allows them time to recover and heal. With healing comes pain relief.
To stop heat stress, you simply have to keep your testicles cool. Heat stress is very damaging to the testicles. Heat stress not only damages the testicles, but elevate the scrotal temperature by merely 4 degrees and you totally halt sperm production. Then you get this unhealthy, uncomfortable, and soft feeling to your testicles.
So, how do you keep your testicles cool? Well, despite what most people think, icepacks and cold water aren’t a very good option. Think about it, you don’t want your testicles to be too hot, and then you make them too cold? That doesn’t really make sense. The best idea is to normalize the temperature. Normal temperature for your testicles a mere 2 to 3 degrees Celsius lower than normal body temperature. Normal body temperature is 37 degrees Celsius. So, the normal temperature for your testicles is about 34 to 35 degrees Celsius. That’s a big difference from an ice pack (about 0 degrees), and even cold water (about 15 to 20 degrees).
So don’t stress out your testicles by making them too cold. Instead, normalize your testicular temperature. 34 to 35 degrees is the ideal temperature for your testicles. This temperature allows them to heal and function optimally. So, search for ways to normalize your testicle’s temperature. You can find the best ways to normalize your testicle’s temperature in the Varicocele Pain Relief Guide.
Some suggestions I can give you here are: Don’t sit on cushiony chairs, they trap heat. Don’t wear thick pants and underwear, wear ones that allow air to circulate well. Take a cool shower (not cold) that feels lightly cool on your skin. If you want a big list of suggestions, get the Pain Relief Guide. The pain relief guide talks about how you can keep your testicles cool both during the day and at night, as well as some other tricks to completely alleviate your varicocele pain.
Well, there are two main causes of varicocele pain when sitting for prolonged periods: Heat stress and impaired blood circulation.
Heat stress is caused by trapped heat in between the chair, your pants, and underwear. There is almost zero air circulation when you’re just sitting down on a chair, especially on those heat trapping cushion chairs. Keep reading for some great solutions to help keep your t cool when sitting.
The other major problem that causes pain is impaired blood circulation. Poor posture and lack of movement impair blood flow. It’s really easy to have poor posture when sitting for a long time. Poor posture is shoulders that are rounded forward, leaning forward with your head, and a slouched back.
Poor posture increases the pressure that’s placed on your lower abdomen. This means the veins that are leaving the testicle and returning to the heart are under greater pressure, leading to more blood backing up. This leads to a more swollen varicocele, and therefore more stagnant blood. Stagnant blood is toxic blood. It damages the testicles and causes pain.
So what’s the solution? I would recommend starting with the Pain Relief Guide for a complete holistic treatment plan for varicocele healing, not just focusing on one little detail at a time. However, if you think sitting for long periods may be contributing to your pain, you can find some solutions in the next paragraph.
The best solution is to have a standing desk where you work. However, I know this isn’t always possible. If you can, get up and walk around every 30 minutes. This will expel the trapped heat and allow the blood to circulate better. Sit with good posture. Try not sitting all the way back in the seat, instead tilt the chair forward a bit and sit at the tip. This helps make good posture easier, and doesn’t trap heat as much. You can also have a fan pointing toward you to help keep it cool. You can wear thinner pants/underwear. Don’t add an assessor cushion, it traps air! Sit on a hard-chair, not a cushion chair. You can even try a cooling pack.
I hope that helps. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns, I’m here to help.
Look, if you’re considering getting varicocele surgery because of varicocele pain or discomfort, DON'T DO IT! There is no need to take the risks, or burden the costs of surgery. Treating varicocele pain is easy! It’s super easy! It really doesn’t take that much! Continue reading and I’ll share with you why your varicocele pain might continue even after surgery.
Let me just say that I wrote the Varicocele Pain Relief guide with an easy to follow 30 day treatment plan that you can implement and be pain free in just 30 days. No surgery necessary. For a minor cost, you can get started on your pain treatment today. You also have my Guarantee that your pain will be easily manageable in just 30 days. If you don't believe me, read the testimonies of the many people who have tried my guide!
Okay let's get started. Let’s just put aside the fact that all forms varicocele surgery (including embolization) involve killing the varicose veins, and also the fact that there are possible risks and complications that might cause post-surgery pain. Aside from surgery related risks, testicular and vein pain don't just arise from the varicocele. So killing the varicose veins doesn’t necessarily alleviate pain.
Many people experience testicular pain because of heat damage. Now, the varicocele does disrupt the heat expelling mechanism of the effected testicle, but that’s not the only thing that heats up your testicles. So, unless you address the things that heat up your testicles, you may continue experiencing uncomfortable, squishy, and painful testicles.
There is also the fact many lifestyle habits effect the quality of your blood. If your blood is very viscous, and you have high pressure in your lower abdomen, then you could experience pain from your testicular veins. This is especially true post-surgery, since the remaining veins are now burdened with the task of transferring more blood than before (since there are less veins post-surgery to transfer blood). So, even post-surgery, unless you correct these lifestyle habits, and alleviate the excessive abdominal pressure, you may continue experiencing severe aches, or a heaviness feeling in your testicular veins.
Now, I could go on about what else causes pain, but you should really invest in yourself. Buy the Varicocele Pain Treatment guide. It answers pretty much all the questions you have. It’s simple and effective. It provides answers for how to effectively keep your testicles cool throughout the day and at night. It provides answers to what lifestyle changes you have to make for better blood quality. It provides answers about how to alleviate excessive abdominal pressure. I know varicocele pain comes and goes, but seriously, what are you waiting for? Get started now! For a small cost, make this investment in yourself.
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I know sometimes it feels like varicocele pain comes and goes, but in general varicocele severity and pain symptoms worsen with age, especially when left untreated. Typically, varicocele discomfort is continuous, with periods of severe pain. I like to call the continuous discomfort long-term pain, and the periods of severe pain short-term pain.
The distinction between short-term and long-term pain is actually critically important for understanding how natural treatments work. Short-term pain is caused by daily stressors. Daily stressors include heat stress, excessive abdominal pressure, blood pooling, & physical damage. To alleviate short-term pain, you simply have to alleviate these short-term stressors.
The goal in the Varicocele Pain Relief Guide is to minimize short-term pain, both daily and in the long run, allowing daily pain relief and long-term healing, respectively. If you remove stressors in the long-run, you have healing of long-term pain. Long-term pain is caused by the accumulation of damaging short-term stressors. You can think of it as the accumulated result of years of heat stress, blood pooling, physical damage, & unhealthy habits. Alleviating these stressors allows healing to occur.
I understand that long-term healing could take up to months to occur. It all depends on the severity of the varicocele and accumulated damage, as well as how well you follow the treatment plan recommended in Pain Relief Guide—basically how well you alleviate the short-term stressors in the long run.
So to answer the question of how long varicocele pain lasts, I really have to say that it all depends. If left untreated, it could never subside and only become worse. If treated however, I know from my experience and the testimonies of the many people who have followed my guide that it could take as little as a week to notice a reduction in pain, and that you can learn to manage your pain in just 1 month. Nearly everyone should have little or no pain in just the first month or two, if they follow the recommended treatment plan, and alleviate the short-term stressors effectively.
Yes, bicycling can cause varicocele pain, especially long-distance biking. You can check out my other post on varicocelehealing.com on biking, or continue reading this post more specifically for varicocele pain.
There are three main reasons for why biking causes varicocele pain. These include physical damage, excessive pressure in the lower torso, and heat stress. This post will explain why these three reasons lead to varicocele pain.
Biking causes physical damage to both the testicles and veins. More specially it causes micro-trauma. When you’re biking on a bumpy train the bike seat bumps onto your testicles & veins. These little bumps are not much at first, but over time, they add up to pain.
Add physical damage to the fact that biking places a big load of excessive pressure onto your torso, and you have massive pain. Excessive pressure bloats the veins of the testicle. Unfortunately, biking, has poor sitting and standing posture and places a lot of pressure on the lower torso. So, now you have bloated veins plus micro trauma. Can’t get any worse right?
Wrong. Maybe you thought your soft cushiony bike seat would save your testicles. Nope. The bike seat also traps heat. Heat irritates and damages the testicles. So, now you have overheated testicles with abnormally large varicocele that’s experiencing physical damage. It’s not hard to understand why biking is associated with varicocele pain.
So what’s the solution? Well, if you want your varicocele pain to subside and you’re biking then stop biking. Stop biking for at least for 1 month as recommended in the treatment plan in the Varicocele Pain Relief Guide, or stop biking all together. The amount your pain reduces might surprise you.