Varicocelectomy improves semen quality in azoospermic males

Varicocele is the enlargement of veins of the spermatic cord, usually seen on the left side of the scrotum in adolescent males. This is a normal occurrence, and seldom requires surgery.

The veins on the affective side of the scrotum become full. This condition presents a slightly purplish color, feels like a bundle of worms in a plastic bag, and produces a dull sensational pain in the groin.

Very large veins can present some discomfort, reduce the quality of semen, and create a condition known as azoospermia… absence of sperm in the semen.

Varicocelectomy, excision of a portion of the scrotum sac with ligation of the dilated veins to relieve varicocele, can induce spermatogenesis… the transformation of a spermatid to a functional spermatozoon. But the fix can very well be temporary.

Studies have shown a 60% relapse to varicocele. According to Reuters Health News, about one-third of infertile males are indicative of varicocele.



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