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Varicocele diagnosed. Pain in the testicles. Reduced sex drive. Need to be treated?

Hi I m 29 male overall healthy I have been having pain in my both testicles for 2 years now during this I have seen 3 different urologists n hav had 3 ultrasound and all the time I was diagnosed with varicocele but drs say it s ok n no need of treatment and also with pain my sex drive has become 0 was 10 I m so upset is it because of varicocele n can it be treated plz answer thanx
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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As you have varicocele,you are thinking that it may affect your sexual drive.It is not true.Sexual activity will be normal in varicocele.
Pain can be due to varicocele.
Please get a Complete semen analysis.If it is abnormal,then you have to go for surgery.
If it is normal,unless there is unbearable pain,surgery is not necessary.
You can manage with anti inflammatory drug
Wish you good health
Answered: Sat, 25 May 2013
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