Here is why you have Suspected Varicocele
People with suspected Varicocele as a low sperm count or a low level of testosterone.
They happen when certain veins in the scrotum become enlarged, due to a malfunction in some of the valves involved in pumping the blood. They affect around 15 percent of males, and they tend to form between the ages of 15 and 25 years. 
- Requires a medical diagnosis
- Can be acute
- Ultrasounds tests are required
- Can cause immense pain in some cases
Suspected Varicocele can be typically be said as a low sperm count or a low level of testosterone in a man. Sometimes when there is mass present in the scrotum or when there are asymmetrical differences between them, Suspected Varicocele can be a bigger possibility. The sagging scrotum which is left and hangs down as a thick mass is a known condition which happens in most of them.
Ages affected - between 20 - 30 - Often; between 30 - 40 - more often; 40 and above - most often
Symptoms may include a lump in one of the testicles or sometimes the swelling of the scrotum. Veins can be visibly enlarged which are often described as looking like bag of worms.
People may experience
Pain areas â€“ Scrotum pain can be dull or recurring
Inflammation â€“ of the scrotum
Twisted veins â€“ veins can appear twisted in the scrotum
Self Care: For lumps or sagging scrotum, wearing tight underpants or jock straps can sometimes provide the support which is needed to hold them in the right place.
Medications: For lump formation or pain, Varicocele medicines can be helpful to treat the condition.
Specialists: For other kinds, consult a specialist. At Mfine, we are here to help you with all your health related problems so that you donâ€™t have to worry any more.