Home remedies to treat Varicocele

An Overview

Varicose veins rarely cause any problems other than the superficial appearance of blue or red twisted veins. While many medical interventions are available for the treatment of varicose veins, self-care measures are preferred for their ease, safety, and cost-effectiveness. Conventional treatments can be expensive and are often accompanied by undesirable side effects like varicocele redevelopment, hydrocele, and scarring.

This has prompted people to look for how to cure varicocele naturally at home. There is much debate, but do natural natural treatments really work. This article explores 5 home remedies for varicocele that are backed by science.

There are various natural supplements that can help in improving varicose veins, including:

Top remedies to cure varicosile

1. Take horse chestnut seed supplements

Extracts obtained from horse chestnut seeds or leaves help subside the pain and swelling associated with varicose veins. However, further research is required to establish its use.

2. Yoga Treatments

Yoga contains various poses that can promote blood circulation to the testis. Like other forms of exercising, yoga can also help improve fertility. Yoga poses have been shown to improve blood flow to the testicles. In particular, inversions are the best way to drain and reduce varicocele swelling.

3. Use oral grape seed extract

Grape seeds contain various compounds including vitamin E, flavonoids, and proanthocyanin that can help subside the symptoms associated with CVI and also improve venous tone. However, this claim is based on anecdotal evidence only.

Grape seeds can be used as a supplement in the form of capsules, extracts, or tablets upon recommendation by a doctor. Avoid its use if you are on blood thinner medications.

4. Varicocele Surgery (Varicocelectomy)

So, it is important to note that varicocele surgery (varicocelectomy) is not a cure for varicocele. It is most accurately termed as an intervention. Varicocelectomy is an invasive operation that attemps to ligate the varicose veins of the scrotum. It is not a cure for the following reasons:
• On average the patient does not resume a normal healthy baseline post-operation
• Only 6-14% of those who undergo surgery attain a fertility benefit [2]
• Surgery is neither effective nor recommended for pain relief
• Cutting/ligating swollen veins is not curing them
• Surgical results are mixed and questionable
• Varicocelectomy is a high risk procedure
• A successful operation does not mean that you have recovered in terms of fertliity, pain or testosterone, but that the operation was simply completed the way it was intended

5. Oak bark

Oak bark has anti-inflammatory and willow-angioprotective properties. There are many ways to use these plants in the pathology of blood vessels and the hematopoietic system. In the treatment of varicocele, a medicinal infusion is often used.
• Recipe for infusion of oak and willow bark:
• the ingredients are mixed in equal proportions;
• 3 tablespoons of the raw materials have boiled 1 liter of water;
• leave in a container under a closed lid for 3 hours;
•  filtered through a fine sieve.
• With an alternative treatment for varicocele, you should drink 100 ml of the infusion twice a day. The therapeutic course lasts from 2 to 4 weeks.

6. Consume Butcher’s broom

This herb is popularly used for treating symptoms associated with CVI, such as heaviness, leg cramps, itching, edema, and swelling.
While it is also supposed to help treat varicose veins, there is a lack of scientific research to support this claim. Avoid using this herb if you have any gastrointestinal problems.

You can take Butcher’s broom in the form of an oral supplement but not without getting your doctor’s approval first.
To prevent thrombosis and strengthen the venous vessels, nutshells are used. It contains bioactive components that affect the tone of smooth muscles.

7. Folk nut tea recipe

• the nutshell is washed under running water;
• ground in a mixer till you get powder;
• For 1 tablespoon of the raw materials pour 250 ml of boiling water;
• leave it in a thermos for 7 to 8 hours;
• drink 60 to 80 ml 4 to 5 times a day 20 minutes before meals.
Treatment is carried out until the severity and pain in the inguinal zone have disappeared.

8. Hip Flexor Activation

Actually, nearly no one even knows what hip flexor activation is, nor how to activate their hip flexors. However, similar to the glutes, the hip flexors play a pivotal role in lumbar and spinal stability.

If you learn glute activation, it is irrational to not also learn hip flexor activation! Hip flexor activation is both fundamental and completely overlooked. Adding it to your repertoire of techniques will make a dramatic difference in your outputs.

• Enhances lumbar and spinal stabilization
• Fully actives hips for maximum more power and stability

9. Lower Abdominal Tuck

We have many muscles and tissue that wrap around and compress our lower abdominal region. This is called the lower abdominal belt. It’s important for the lower abdominal belt to have good tone and strength, or else we end up with protruding abdomens and pressurizes lower torsos—which is terrible for varicocele. As it also turns out, activating this region this region (along with glute activation) is critically important for counterbalancing the pull of the hip flexors on the lumbar spine.

• Reduces waist size
• Minimizes pressure in lower torso

1. Pull lower abs in and up
2. Tighten all of your abdominal muscles

10. Varicocele Supportive Underwear

Varicocele underwear provides scrotal support that can reduce swelling by reducing swelling. Scrotal supporters provide compression to reduce the back-flow of blood to the testicles. Many urologists recommend scrotal supporters for varicocele. Scrotal supporters can provide pain relief.

11. Use sweet clover

Sweet clover can help alleviate symptoms such as heaviness and leg pain associated with varicose veins. However, it has only anecdotal evidence. It is generally safe to use in moderate amounts.
How to use:
Sweet clover is available as a supplement in capsule or tablet form, but you must always talk to your doctor before starting its medicinal use.

12. Make Dietary Restrictions

The food that you include in your diet are a major cause of concern for varicocele treatment. A diet high in antioxidants can help protect the testicular veins from the damaging effects of oxidizing chemicals. Antioxidants have also been found to reduce varicocele progression and improve fertility. Fiber is also of special importance because constipation can be a risk for varicocele progression.

How to Perform
1. Regular intake of high antioxidant and fiber foods is recommended.
2. 13 foods that are high in antioxidants: Goji berries, blue berries, dark chocolate, kale, Swiss chard, green tea, red wine, pecans, elderberries, cranberries, cilantro, cauliflower, and beans.
3. 8 fiber rich foods examples: Beans and peas, artichoke, avocados, chia seeds, collard greens, broccoli, raspberries, and oats.


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