The penis and scrotum are particularly important for men, as guns require bullets. Without bullets, guns have no effect, and the same goes for men. Problems with the penis and scrotum can affect performance. In decades of life, problems inevitably arise with the penis and scrotum. Some men report that there are many things resembling small earthworms in their scrotum. They are very worried, but they don't know what they are. It should be noted that if many small earthworms appear in the private area, they may suffer from varicocele. What is varicocele?
When varicocele occurs, there are no obvious symptoms, and most of them are found in regular physical examinations, mainly in the form of painless earthworms or lumps. As the condition progresses, the patient's scrotum becomes swollen and painful, especially after exercise and fatigue, and the symptoms worsen.
Can varicocele affect sexual ability?
After the occurrence of varicocele, due to the lack of good venous reflux in the testicles, the temperature of the testicles continues to rise. In this case, the testicles will be damaged by toxins, leading to a decrease in sperm production ability. Over time, it can affect fertility and even cause testicular atrophy.
Varicocele is a common male genital disease, with 40% of patients experiencing poor venous valve function and obstructed blood flow due to the varicocele. Over time, it can cause small earthworms to grow on the surface of the scrotum. The long-term presence of varicocele can lead to a decrease in spermatogenic function and also affect sexual function, especially during penile erection, which can cause abnormalities. Moreover, the continued existence of this disease can lead to other complications, Causing softening of testicular texture or causing chronic epididymis, chronic prostatitis, etc. How to determine the presence of varicocele?
At present, in medicine, varicose veins are classified into three degrees according to the severity of symptoms. At one point, it refers to patients who cannot touch the varicose veins while standing, but can touch them during examination; Second degree refers to the condition where the patient can touch the varicose vein inside the scrotum with their hands while standing, but it cannot be seen from the surface; Third degree refers to the bulging of blue veins in the scrotum, which grow like earthworms on the scrotum. When you discover that your scrotum has blue veins, you should pay attention and undergo timely examination to avoid the disease being ignored and delayed.
Kind reminder, if men find small tadpole like veins on their scrotum, they should pay attention. This situation cannot be ignored, after all, the occurrence of varicocele not only affects sexual function, but also leads to infertility. Even when the disease develops to a certain extent, it can only be controlled through surgical treatment. Daily attention should also be paid to maintaining good dietary habits, and timely treatment should be given to constipation to avoid varicocele.