Fertility Treatments



Varicocele plays a significant role in male infertility by affecting sperm quality and production. The increased blood flow and higher testicular temperatures associated with varicocele can lead to oxidative stress and damage to sperm DNA. This can result in decreased sperm motility and morphology, impacting fertility. Understanding how varicocele contributes to male infertility is crucial for targeted treatment approaches.

Our Procedure for Varicocele Will Include:

  • Varicocele affects sperm quality and production.
  • varicocele can lead to oxidative stress and damage to sperm DNA.
  • Up to 60% of men experience improvements in sperm count and motility following varicocele repair.
  • Microsurgical varicocelectomy and interventional radiology procedures.

Diagnosing varicocele involves a physical examination, followed by ultrasound imaging to confirm the presence and severity of the condition. Treatment options vary based on the severity of symptoms and the individual's fertility goals. Conservative measures such as lifestyle modifications and wearing supportive undergarments can help alleviate symptoms. Surgical intervention, such as varicocelectomy, may be recommended in cases where varicocele significantly impacts fertility. Assisted reproductive technologies like in vitro fertilization (IVF) can also be considered for couples facing infertility due to varicocele.

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