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Varicocelectomy surgery Iran

Varicocelectomy surgery in iran is a surgical procedure performed to treat a condition called varicocele in males. In this condition, the veins draining the testicles become enlarged and tortuous and are visible on the surface of the scrotal skin. Around 10-15 percent men are affected by this condition which is sometimes associated with a decreased sperm count and infertility. Varicocele usually affects men between 15 to 25 years of age, though it may occur at an older age as well.

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Types of Varicocelectomy Surgery in Iran

Types of varicocelectomy surgery include the following:
Open varicocelectomy, which involves an open surgery. Depending on the location of the incision, this type of surgery can be divided into the following types:
Retroperitoneal high ligation, where the incision is taken in the lower abdomen
Inguinal ligation
Sub-inguinal ligation. In inguinal and sub-inguinal ligation, the incision is taken in the groin.
Laparoscopic varicocelectomy, which uses a telescope-type instrument called laparoscope.

Microsurgical varicocelectomy, which uses an operating microscope and microsurgical instruments.

How much does varicocelectomy treatment cost in iran?

varicocelectomy treatment cost in iran start from $4300.

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What are the Tests done before a Varicocelectomy Surgery?

Tests done before a varicocelectomy procedure include the following:

Routine tests:

Routine tests which are done before any surgery include:

Blood tests like hemoglobin levels, blood group, liver and kidney function tests
Urine tests
ECG (Electrocardiogram) to study the electrical activity of the heart
Chest X-ray
In older patients, a detailed assessment of the heart may be required to make sure that they are fit for surgery.

Tests to evaluate the varicocele:

A physical examination may be sufficient to diagnose a varicocele. A varicocele is difficult to palpate in the lying position and therefore the doctor examines the patient in the standing position.

The varicocele may be categorized as follows:

Grade 1- The varicocele is palpable only during Valsalva maneuver. Valsava maneuvre is performed by asking the patient to breath out forcefully with mouth and nostrils closed.

Grade 2- Varicocele is palpable on inspection in the standing posture without the Valsalva maneuver.

Grade 3- Varicocele is palpable and visible in all postures and positions.

Ultrasound / Doppler of the scrotum: An ultrasound / Doppler of the scrotum is usually done to know the extent of dilatation of the veins in order to decide the course of treatment. During the procedure, a gel will be applied to the skin over the area to be examined. A probe will be run over the skin and images obtained are visualized on a screen. Ultrasound for varicocele is obtained in the standing position and during Valsava manoeuvre.

Angiography: Angiography is a procedure where a dye is injected into blood vessels and radiological imaging is conducted. It is used to study the abnormal blood vessels in the varicocele.

CT scan / MRI scan: A CT scan or an MRI are imaging tests that may be used to evaluate the varicocele. You will be asked to lie on a table while images are taken. For an MRI, the table will enter a tunnel. You may receive an injection containing a dye into a vein for better images.

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during Varicocelectomy surgery in iran


Type of Anesthesia – Varicocele surgery is done either under general anesthesia or spinal anesthesia. In some cases, local anesthesia may also be used. If you undergo general anesthesia, you will be asleep during the procedure and will not be aware of what is going on. Under spinal or local anesthesia, you will be awake but will not be able to feel any pain during the surgery. Laparoscopic surgery is done under general anesthesia.

Pre-operative Check-up – Routine tests as indicated above are ordered a few days before the surgery. Admission may be required a day before the surgery.

Fasting before Surgery - Overnight fasting is required if you are undergoing the surgery under general anesthesia and occasionally intravenous fluid maybe required to keep you well hydrated. Sedation is sometimes required for good overnight sleep before the surgery.

Shift from the Ward or Room to the Waiting area in the Operating room - An hour or two before the surgery, you will be shifted to the operating room waiting area on a trolley. Once the surgical room is ready, you will be shifted to the operating room.

Shift to the Operating room - The ambience in the operating room can sometimes be very daunting and a small amount of sedation can help overcome your anxiety. From the trolley, you will be shifted on to the operating table. As you look up, you will see the operating light console and at the head end will be the anesthesia machine. There may also be monitors to check oxygen levels, ECG and other vital parameters. A constant beeping sound may be present from the monitors, which may sometimes be irritating.

Anesthesia before Surgery – If you are undergoing general anesthesia, the anesthetist will inject drugs through an intravenous line and make you inhale some gases through a mask that will put you in deep sleep. Once you are asleep, a tube will be inserted into your mouth and windpipe to administer the anesthesic gases to overcome pain and keep you comfortable while the surgery is going on. If you are administered spinal anesthesia, you will receive an injection in your lower back, following which your lower body will feel numb. For local anesthesia, you will receive injections in the area that is to be operated.
Varicocelectomy Procedure
The position of the incision for the surgery depends on the type of open surgery. In high retroperitoneal ligation, a horizontal incision is made in the lower abdomen on the same side of the surgery. In inguinal and subinguinal ligation, the incision is made in the groin. The underlying muscles are then separated and the spermatic cord is identified. An incision is made on the spermatic cord to expose the dilated veins which are ligated. Care is taken to preserve the testicular artery and the lymphatics during the procedure.

Microsurgery with the help of an operating microscope can be done under local, regional or general anesthesia. The side effects following the procedure are reduced due to accurate identification of arteries and lymphatics during the surgery.

Non-surgical Treatment


what is the Varicocele Embolization?


"Embolization" is Non-Surgical treatment of Varicocele. Unlike varicocele surgery, embolization requires No incision, No stitches, or No general anaesthesia. After embolization the Scrotal pain & heaviness gets better and risk of infertility also decrease. Varicocele embolization patients almost don’t need overnight stay into the hospital. In addition, embolization is just as effective as surgery.

Embolization patients return to normal activities in a day or two, but varicocele surgery patients may need to avoid strenuous activity for several days or even weeks. Some complications of varicocele surgery, such as arterial injury (testicular death) or hydrocele (fluid around that testicle) never happen after embolization.

THE COMMON QUERIES THAT PATIENTS ASKS:
What is the chance of recurrence after embolization,
How safe are the coils,
Whether the coils will move,
Whether they will remain inside my body forever
Or will I need to be take them out later,
Whether I will feel the coils
My straightforward and sincere answer to all the above queries is that "Embolization" is the safest and among the best available Non Surgical treatment option available at present. In our experience the recurrence rate of having varicocele once again after embolization procedure is almost "zero" or < 1% if performed properly and by a well-experienced Endovascular interventional Specialist. Till date, I have treated many patients in whom surgery was performed and patient never got treated of varicocele.

1How successful is varicocele surgery?
Success Rate: Surgery — one out of 10 men have a post-surgery recurrence of a varicocele. However, most studies show that microsurgical offers the best overall treatment within the surgical options. Embolization — procedures have a 90% long-term success rate.
2Is varicocele surgery painful?
A varicocele (say "VAR-uh-koh-seel") is a large vein that develops in one or both testicles. ... To fix the problem, your doctor tied off the end of the vein so the blood will not pool. After surgery, you may have slight pain in your groin for 3 to 6 weeks. Your scrotum and groin may be bruised and swollen.
3s varicocele curable without surgery?
Open surgical ligation, performed by a urologist, is the most common treatment for symptomatic varicoceles. Varicocele embolization, a nonsurgical treatment performed by an interventional radiologist, is as effective as surgery with less risk, less pain and less recovery time.
4What should I do after varicocele surgery?
Here's what you can do to help ensure you experience a safe and successful recovery after your varicocele surgery. Walking Can Help Prevent Blood Clots. ... Heavy Lifting Should Be Avoided. ... Elevating the Scrotum Can Reduce Swelling and Discomfort. ... Sleeping Can Accelerate Varicocele Surgery Recovery.
5Is varicocele surgery dangerous?
Varicoceles occur in about 15 percent of adult men and 20 percent of teen males. They don't usually cause any discomfort or symptoms. If the varicocele doesn't cause pain or discomfort, your doctor may suggest leaving it as is to avoid the risks of surgery. ... Infertility is a common complication of a varicocele.
6Can varicocele go away?
There are no meds to prevent varicoceles. If yours hurts, the doctor may tell you to take ibuprofen for the pain. If you do need treatment, the goal will be to tie off or remove the veins that supply blood to your spermatic cord. ... The varicocele doesn't go away or comes back.
7What can I eat after varicocele surgery?
How is varicocele treated? Wearing a jockstrap during exercise or prolonged standing. Avoiding activity that causes the discomfort. Applying ice to the scrotum and groin, and/or. Taking the occasional over-the-counter pain reliever such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen.
8Does varicocele surgery improve erectile dysfunction?
Men with varicocele should also be counseled after surgical repair that they might still require testosterone supplementation to help alleviated symptoms of testosterone deficiency. Very few studies have evaluated the association of varicocele and erectile dysfunction (ED).
9What happens if varicocele is left untreated?
Over time, the valves may not open and close normally, allowing blood to pool. ... The pooling blood around the testicle increases the pressure, which may cause the shrinkage. Infertility is another strong possibility for those who don't get varicocele treatment. Untreated varicoceles of large veins can cause overheating
10Can a man with varicocele get a woman pregnant?
Some experts think that varicoceles can affect fertility in men. If men with a palpable varicocele and poor sperm quality have treatment, the chances of their partner becoming pregnant could possibly improve. Most couples who are trying for a baby will succeed within two years.

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