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I was having fully blown grade 3 varicocele 2 years back n I had undergone a surgery but veins in my testicles never regressed but my discomfort has gone only to come in 1-2 monthly episode when you feel sensitive and swelling down there I again gone to my urologist he checked me and said there is no cough impulse present though veins are prominent need not any intervention but on my insist he referred me for ultrasound and semen analysis with finding of totortuos veins at lower pole of testis and my semen analysis is 110 ml count 80% motility 80% normal morphology and 50 min liquefaction time. He said its subclinical varicocele need not to be intervened. My worry is I have an active lifestyle with heavy exercise and sometime I feel pain in groin and lower back after workout and testis are somewhat swollen and sensitive to touch but this occurs ocassiobaly 1-2 times a month or a two. My testicles shaggy and all over the place sometimes and I dont feel confident to met a girl in those times. Kind suggest me do exercise worsen varicocele?

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I was having fully blown grade 3 varicocele 2 years back ...
1.do yoga exercises regularly which increase your blood in body particular to those organs involved in sex.in addition 2-eat healthy nutritious diet like fresh green salad with meal 1 tomato 1 onion 1 cucumber daily use 3.avoid fried food like chicken fish egg spicy food 4-drink warm milk before sleep consisting with walnuts or dry dates 5-may take ayurvedic remedies for fast effective result 6-stop masturbation don't watch porn video 8-do abdominal crunches, leg raises, push ups 20 nos each and yoga. 9-do kegel exercises daily.
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