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.