Pediatric Varicocele

Pediatric Varicocele

Pediatric Varicocele

Varicocele occurs when the veins of the scrotum become enlarged, similar to a varicose vein.

Dallas

214-456-2444
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Suite F4300

Plano

469-303-4200
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Suite P1100

Park Cities

469-488-7000
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Suite 106

South Rockwall

214-867-7400
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Suite 233

Tyler

214-456-2444
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Medical Arts Plaza Building

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What is a Pediatric Varicocele?

A varicocele is an enlargement of the veins of the scrotum (pouch of skin that contains the testicles). A varicocele is similar to a varicose vein that can develop in the leg. This condition can cause low sperm count and decreased sperm quality.

What are the signs and symptoms of Pediatric Varicocele?

In most cases, a varicocele causes no symptoms. When it does cause pain, the pain may:

  • Improve when you lie on your back
  • Increase when standing or exercising
  • Vary from sharp to dull discomfort
  • Worsen throughout the day

What are the causes of a Pediatric Varicocele?

It has no known cause.

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