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.