SPERMATOCELE: Plants, Barks, Herbal roots, Natural Treatment

The remedy that we offer you consists of plants that are very effective against cysts including spermatocele. To facilitate their ingestion, the plants were macerated and reduced to powder. Certain properties of our remedy make it an effective treatment for spermatocele. We deliver all over the world To order or get more information; you can contact our experts on +229 90431726 direct line or by WhatsApp at the same number.

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What is Spermatocele?

A spermatocele or cyst of the epididymis is a benign neoplasm that occurs in 7-25% of men. Until the end, the etiology of this pathology has not been elucidated; it is partially associated with inflammation, trauma, hormonal changes in the body of men of different ages. Congenital cyst occurs with incomplete infection of the vaginal process. Symptoms of the disease are rare because patients do not go to the doctor for a long time. Diagnosis and treatment of spermatocele are carried out by a urologist or andrologist.


Do you want to get rid of your spermatocele without surgery and in a natural way? You are in the right place. If the spermatoceles sometimes reabsorb on their own, in other cases they evolve causing even more discomfort. For this reason, it is absolutely necessary to facilitate the resorption of the cyst thanks to a natural alternative. The natural treatment that we offer has been used for a long time in Africa for the treatment of cysts. It works great against spermatoceles.

Presentation of the remedy

The remedy that we offer you consists of plants that are very effective against cysts including spermatocele. To facilitate their ingestion, the plants were macerated and reduced to powder. This makes it possible to respect a good daily dosage. Indeed, what makes the difference between modern herbal medicine and ancestral techniques is the dosage. The plants contained in the treatment act in perfect symbiosis for a satisfactory result against the spermatoceles. Our remedy is neither addictive nor addictive. It does not decrease in effectiveness over time.

Properties of natural remedy to cure spermatocele

  • Painkiller to reduce any discomfort caused by the spermatocele;
  • Anti-inflammatory to limit damage, prevent cyst development, prevent the development of other cysts on the epididymis;
  • Draining power to facilitate drainage of the liquid;
  • Astringent, to tighten the tissues as the drainage takes place;
  • A significant "antibiotic" action to ensure an internal environment less conducive to infections.

Duration of treatment

Normally our remedy is offered for a period of 2 months of regular use. But it may happen that you are satisfied long before the end of the two months of treatment. It will still be necessary to continue the treatment until the end to avoid a recurrence. The treatment usually gives the desired result after two months, i.e. complete resorption of the spermatocele.

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The cyst of the epididymis is congenital and acquired. The mechanism of development and the causes of these two forms are slightly different. Congenital spermatocele occurs due to incomplete closure of the vaginal process. With intrauterine development, the testicle begins to form in the abdominal cavity. Then it goes down into the scrotum along with the serous membrane, called the vaginal process. At the time of the boy's birth, the lumen of the appendix should close. If it is fully open and communicates with the abdominal cavity, a hydrocele of the testis is formed. With partial closure - an appendix cyst or a spermatocele.

Congenital cyst

The congenital cyst is small, up to 2.5 cm in diameter. The interior contains a transparent or translucent liquid, without semen. Often, a congenital cyst of the epididymis is detected in an adolescent during a routine examination. She hardly gives any symptoms, because the parents do not go to the doctor. A simple neoplasm practically does not affect puberty and fertility. Often there is a situation where a congenital cyst of the epididymis resolves on its own. Anxiety should be caused by pain in the testicle in a teenager or young child. This may indicate inflammation or rupture of the cyst.

Acquired spermatocele

Acquired spermatocele is diagnosed in men at any age. It is often detected at the age of 45-55 when age-related hormonal changes begin in the body. Because of what appears, a cyst in men is not fully understood. Most often, the neoplasm occurs as a result of the fusion of one or more seminal ducts. The causes that can lead to the formation of appendix cysts include injury, inflammation, sexually transmitted diseases.

The sizes of the acquired cyst of the epididymis in humans are different, from a few millimeters to several centimeters in diameter. They contain a clear or cloudy fluid, the secretion of the prostate and the reproductive cell. Because the tumor was called a “spermatocele”. The liquid volume can reach 100-200ml. In addition, the cyst of the appendix of the left testis is always larger than the right. This is because of the characteristics of the anatomical structure.


Testicular cyst: what to do to treat it?

Symptoms of the appendix cyst are very mild. Most men have been unaware of their condition for years. In many cases, the spermatocele is detected during a routine preventive exam. The urologist, palpating the scrotum and testicle, finds in its upper part a painless joint of the correct shape, not fused with the surrounding tissues. Sometimes men find the nodule on their own and see a doctor about it.

Azoospermia and testicular atrophy (Click here for treatment)

If the cyst of the epididymis is large, it begins to bother the patient. There is discomfort in the scrotum, pulling pain, aggravated by physical exertion or sexual intercourse. Sometimes men notice a cosmetic defect - one half of the scrotum becomes larger, deforms. If the Muller's duct cyst is multiple, the male sex cells do not enter the semen. Thus it can be observed azoospermia, there are no spermatozoa in the ejaculate or their number is extremely low. Large formation on the testis in men can block blood vessels, constrict tissues, cause trophic disorders and atrophy of organs.


Severe pain in the epididymis appears if the spermatocele is complicated by inflammation. It intensifies when standing, walking, doing physical labor, sex. The tissue of the scrotum swells turns red, palpation is very painful. In some cases, common symptoms join - fever, chills, weakness, signs of intoxication.

The second dreaded complication is the rupture of the spermatocele. In this case, the discomfort in the testicle increases, sometimes a sharp pain appears. The contents of the cyst enter the testicle, causing inflammation. Patients complain of constant pulling pains, they have a fever. Autoimmune processes activate very quickly, if the cyst of the epididymis of the right testis bursts, the left will suffer the effects as well. Bilateral orchitis in many cases ends in male infertility .


Examinations to identify cysts are prescribed when there is pain or discomfort in the testicles in men, infertility, an increase in size and deformation of the scrotum. The diagnosis of spermatocele is carried out in several stages. He understands:

  • Inspection and palpation of the testes
  • Diaphanoscopy
  • Ultrasound of the scrotum and pelvic organs
  • MRI and CT scan, if necessary
  • Spermogramme

On examination, it is possible to identify a neoplasm in the upper part of the testis and suspect an appendix cyst. For differentiation, additional examinations are carried out. Do the diaphanoscopy first. This is a simple and inexpensive technique that allows you to identify many diseases of the epididymis. In a dark room, the scrotum is observed through a special device. The cystic cavity with a spermatocele is full of a liquid that transmits light, so it is clearly visible. A tumor or dermoid cyst of the epididymis in humans (filled with epithelial tissue or its derivatives) does not pass light.

The next step in diagnosis is an ultrasound. It is more informative, allows you to accurately determine the size and type of education. Ultrasound shows whether there is a cyst in the left and right testis, or only one, contains seminal fluid or dense tissue, whether it is a single or multiple formation. If after examination there are doubts, take an X-ray of the testis, CT, or MRI, if necessary a biopsy. These diagnostic tests help rule out testicular malignancy.

Impact of spermatocele on fertility

When pathology is detected in men of childbearing age, a spermogram is necessarily carried out to identify the degree of impaired fertility. An isolated cyst in the left or right testicle does not significantly affect reproductive function. A bilateral spermatocele is much more dangerous in this regard, in which the Mullerian ducts completely overlap. In such cases, a testicular puncture is performed to determine the presence of motile male germ cells.


With spermatocele, treatment is necessary only in cases where the pathology has clinical manifestations. It can be a pain in the epididymis and scrotum, signs of inflammation, infertility. In other cases, the patient is monitored to see if the cyst has increased in size or if the indicators of the spermogram have changed.

Should the cyst be removed from the epididymis? Conservative therapy with this pathology does not produce any results. Drug therapy is indicated only in cases where the cyst of the left or right testicle is inflamed, there are concomitant diseases (pyelonephritis, cystitis,  prostatitis, STIs, etc.). Then, before surgery, it is imperative to stop the inflammatory process and proceed to the treatment of concomitant pathologies to reduce the likelihood of complications.

An operation to remove a testicular cyst in men is done under local anesthesia on an outpatient basis. Children and adolescents, as well as people with hypersensitivity and labile psyche, undergo general anesthesia. A small incision is made on the skin of the scrotum, up to 1 cm, then the serous membranes are cut and finally, the cyst is excised. If necessary, make deferent plastic.

In case of refusal by the patient

If the patient refuses the operation or if it is contraindicated, there is another method of treatment. With a thin needle, the cyst is pierced, removing its contents. Manipulation is not very effective, because after that very often relapses of spermatocele are observed. To prevent them, a special solution is sometimes injected into the cystic cavity of the epididymis to cause sclerosis of the walls. The number of relapses in this case is lower, but the technique does not stop them completely. Therefore, most urologists now recommend radical removal of the appendix cyst in men and not its puncture.

Will a cyst of the appendix accept treatment with folk remedies? On the forums, you can often read that you can get rid of spermatocele by steaming, hot baths, kneading. Doctors warn that such methods are not only unnecessary, but also dangerous. When you knead the cyst, it may burst, causing inflammation of the testicular tissue. Hot baths negatively affect spermatogenesis, lead to an even greater decrease in the activity and number of germ cells in a man's ejaculate. Only the surgical removal of the cyst from the epididymis can completely eliminate the problem. Do not self-medicate in order to maintain your health, you should consult a doctor.


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