Varicocelectomy

A varicocelectomy is a surgery that focuses on removing varicoceles, otherwise known as large veins that drain blood from the testicles, by cutting the veins that are causing the varicocele.

Condition it treats:

Varicocele(s)

What happens during the procedure:

The urologist makes an incision in the groin and cuts the veins causing the varicocele. There are some risks involved like bleeding, infection, and further varicoceles.

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Benefits

  • Outpatient procedure
  • Safe and effective

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Douglas M. Dewire, MD - Milwaukee & Waukesha Urologists
Douglas M. Dewire, MD

Dr. Dewire began at Urology Associates in 2014 and specializes in microsurgical treatments for men’s infertility and sexual dysfunction.

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