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  • Natural remedy to treat spermatocele (epididymal cyst) without surgery

    Spermatocel - un kyste qui se forme dans l'épididyme (le tube torsadé à travers lequel le sperme circule au-dessus et en arrière des deux testicules. Image avec chirurgie

    A spermatocele is a cyst that forms in the epididymis (the twisted tube through which sperm flows above and behind the two testicles). This non-cancerous cyst contains a whitish or colorless liquid which may contain sperm and is generally painless.

    It is also called a sperm cyst or epididymal cyst. The cause of its appearance is unknown, but it may be due to the blockage of one of the tubes that carry sperm. Normally, the spermatocele does not affect fertility and does not require treatment. If you are older and experience discomfort or seem to affect your sex life, you may need to have surgery.

    How to treat spermatocele without surgery

    First, the only solution to remove the spermatocele or epididymal cyst and testes is not an operation. The use of natural plants makes it possible to permanently cure spermatocele by avoiding the surgical operation. The natural remedy for curing epididymis and testicle cysts that we offer you is made entirely of plants. It contains 2 elements to know: a herbal tea and an ointment.

    How does it work?

    It is a natural remedy that successfully removes cysts by strengthening the valves located in the veins of the spermatic cords. So the veins become toned and tenacious to facilitate the dynamic rise of blood along the veins. This to join the most important veins like the left renal vein and the inferior vena cava. Our natural remedy is the miracle solution to cure spermatocele without surgery.

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    SYMPTOMS

    The spermatocele can be asymptomatic. If symptoms occur, they can be:

    • swelling (cyst) in the testicle (above and behind)

    • local pain

    • feeling of local pressure

    The causes

    Epididymal Cyst and Spermatocele | Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

    • the cause of its appearance is unknown, but it may be due to the blockage of one of the tubes that carry sperm (epididymis) following a trauma or inflammation.

    Risk factors

    • age: men between 20 and 50 years old

    The first step:

    • consult your doctor if you notice any of the characteristic symptoms above

    Preparation for the consultation

    If you experience any of the symptoms listed above, see a doctor for consultation.

    What you should do for the initial consultation:

    • ask during programming if there are restrictions, for example if you are not authorized to consume certain foods

    • write down on a sheet of paper all the symptoms you noticed

    • Don't forget to mention a major recent change in your life or a stressor

    • Make a list of the medications you take, including vitamins or supplements

    SYMPTOMS

    Épididymite : symptômes, traitement, définition - docteurclic.com

    The spermatocele can be asymptomatic. If symptoms occur, they can be:

    swelling (cyst) in the testicle (above and behind)

    • local pain

    • feeling of local pressure

    The causes

    • the cause of its appearance is unknown, but it may be due to the blockage of one of the tubes that carry sperm (epididymis) following a trauma or inflammation.

    Risk factors

    • age: men between 20 and 50 years old

    The first step:

    • consult your doctor if you notice any of the characteristic symptoms above

    Preparation for the consultation

    If you experience any of the symptoms listed above, see a doctor for consultation.

    What you should do for the initial consultation:

    • ask during programming if there are restrictions, for example if you are not authorized to consume certain foods

    • write down on a sheet of paper all the symptoms you noticed

    • Don't forget to mention a major recent change in your life or a stressor

    • Make a list of the medications you take, including vitamins or supplements