When a man is paying close attention to member health and attending to proper manhood care on a daily basis, he’s usually very quick to spot problems. In most cases, those problems are as simple as dry male organ skin or other easily-remedied issues - nothing that a little good member health crème can’t fix! But some issues are much more concerning and require more attention, such as developing a varicocele. |
What’s a varicocele?
As every man knows, there are a lot of blood vessels that run through the male organ, sacks and surrounding areas. This rich blood flow allows for better member health and regular tumescence. A varicocele develops when the veins in the sacks widen and fill up with blood that doesn’t readily drain out as it should. This can result in a variety of problems, including long-term issues if a guy doesn’t visit a doctor as soon as he notices a varicocele.
Varicoceles occur in about 25 percent of men and usually show up between the ages of 13 and 30. Though no one is certain of the cause, it seems that many men - up to 70 percent - have a defect in the veins that prevent them from allowing blood to drain as it should. Other factors might include obesity, wearing restrictive clothing, physical injury, swollen lymph nodes or having a high level of fat in the blood.
Symptoms of a varicocele are hard to miss, as they come on rather quickly and become severe. These include enlarged veins in the sacks (usually easy to see), swelling, lumps in the sacks, shrinking sacks, and a deep, aching pain that makes a man’s pelvis feel "full" or "heavy." Infertility can also be a symptom, though most men notice other symptoms well before they run into the problem of being unable to father children.
What to do about it?
A man who notices a varicocele should visit his doctor as soon as possible. The doctor will want to screen for any underlying issues with the blood vessels and veins, as well as treat the varicocele itself. The proper treatment is usually surgery - however, a man shouldn’t be worried about the procedure itself, as it tends to be very simple and quick. It’s important to know, however, that many men require numerous surgeries over the course of their lifetime to treat various varicoceles, and that can eventually mean problems with the nerves that create male organ sensation.
It’s also important for a guy to take lifestyle factors into account. He should make a point of wearing only comfortable clothing, never anything too tight, and lose weight if he is carrying extra pounds. He should also check out certain herbs that can enhance blood flow, such as horse-chestnut extract, bilberry, butcher’s broom or gotu kola. Supplements of vitamin C and E can also help maintain the health of the veins.
Whether a man has a problem with his veins or not, it pays to have some insurance against problems, and that means paying very close attention to good manhood care. One integral part of that care is a daily member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A man should reach for a crème that contains vitamin E, known for keeping skin supple but also a great benefit to blood vessels and veins. Something that contains vitamin C is also great, as this vitamin strengthens vein walls. Another excellent ingredient for those undergoing variococele surgery is alpha lipoic acid, which battles against free radicals and helps preserve the nerve function of the male organ and surrounding area.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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