Combination of rehab with varicocele treatment without surgery

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Is it contradictory ? No, there are no problems taking your rehab medication simultaneously with an ongoing varicocele natural treatment.

If you have a smaller varicocele, your doctor might ask you to stand, take a deep breath and hold it while you bear down (Valsalva maneuver). This helps your doctor detect abnormal enlargement of the veins.

Varicocele treatment might not be necessary. Many men with varicoceles are able to father a child without any treatment. However, if your varicocele causes pain, testicular atrophy or infertility or if you are considering assisted reproductive techniques, you might want to undergo varicocele repair.

What is the best position to be sleeping in at night if you have a varicocele? Well, I actually have more advice than just “sleeping position” for when you sleep at night. As I emphasize in the Varicocele Healing Guide, nighttime is a critical time for naturally treating varicocele at home. So, these are very important treatment advice for you.

When it comes to nighttime, there are 2 major factors to consider:

Testicular Temperature: Varicocele breaks normal testicular heat regulation. This is a major cause of varicocele symptoms. Chronically overheated testicles worsen varicocele swelling and severity over time.
Testicular Blood Circulation: Varicocele is poorly circulating blood. When blood doesn’t circulate well, it pools and creates toxicities that damage the testicles, veins, and vein valves. So, you must improve testicular blood circulation in order to reverse varicocele and any related symptoms. Read more about varicocele icing.

What is Varicocele Surgery?

At present, there are three types of surgery to alleviate the condition known as varicocele. All three surgical approaches – open surgery, microsurgery, and laparoscopic surgery -involve incisions and an extended recovery time. The invasiveness of surgery is prompting people to look for other alternatives. Here is a brief description of the 3 surgical approaches:

Microsurgical – similar to open surgery in that it also involves an incision, but is more complex in that it is done using a microscope to more precisely identify and locate the affected veins. There is also a reduced risk of reoccurrence when compared to open surgery.

Disadvantages of Varicocele Surgery

There are several reasons why men may want to avoid surgery to treat their varicocele, including:

Hospitalization
A risk of infection
A longer recovery period when compared to a minimally invasive
procedure
A 4-week recovery period to return to sexual activities
Potential for varicocele reoccurrence
Scarring

Alternatives to Varicocele Surgery

Those subscribing to homeopathic treatment and remedies claim that a combination of herbs can relieve symptoms stemming from varicose veins. It is believed by homeopathic therapists that there are several herbs that may be helpful.[iii]

Using herbal therapy requires a consult with a naturopath or holistic health practitioner before beginning a regimen. Taking herbs arbitrarily or self-prescribing can be dangerous because certain herbs, when mixed together, can be toxic, or result in undesired side effects when combined with some prescription medications.

Peoniae is an amazing herb because every part of it is used in preparing a wide variety of medicines all over the world. Peoniae is best known for treating infertility both in men and women and helps in balancing hormones while averting miscarriages in women.

He Shou Wu herbicides in keeping up the sexual drive and increases sperm count and moreover enhance the reproductive system of the males. It also is instrumental in calming the nervous system and its antioxidant properties further enhances the liver functioning. He Shou Wu allows the liver and kidneys to function healthily and stimulate clean blood.

Question: “What all exercise can be performed in the gym or otherwise if one has grade 3 varicocele? Also, what all activities to avoid at all costs? Is running allowed?”

Answer: You can only exercise at the gym with varicocele IF you follow specific precautions. Typically, most activity types are “high risk” and can both worsen varicocele, and varicocele symptoms. This includes running, biking, weight lifting, martial arts, basketball, volleyball, sports, etc. So, we need to be smart when it comes to exercising, and follow specific precautions, some of which I’ll cover in this blog post. For a complete list of exactly what precautions to follow, and all of the most important lifestyle changes and at home treatments for varicocele, get the varicocele cure exercises.