Pelvic Vein Embolization Treatment in Teaneck, Morristown, Northern New Jersey
Vein doctors at Advanced Vascular Vein Care uses minimally invasive treatment for Testicular Varicocele in men and Pelvic Congestive Syndrome in women. Call our office in Teaneck (973) 755-9253 or Morristown (973) 755-9206 to schedule a consultation.
You may notice you have an odd-looking vein in your pelvic region. While you may think it’s nothing, it could be causing you infertility. In some cases, you may notice you have pain in your pelvic region. Advanced Vascular Vein Care, serving Teaneck, Morristown, and the surrounding Jersey area, offers a minimally invasive procedure that requires little downtime to correct your problem.
Men may develop varicocele, which is a condition where you have one or more enlarged veins in your testicles. You might notice the affected vein looks similar to a varicose vein. Having a testicular varicocele isn’t typically painful; however, you could experience a low sperm count or a decreased quality in your sperm. As a result, you suffer from infertility.
Men who report discomfort have sharp or dull pain. You might notice the pain worsens when you’re standing or performing physical activity. The pain may get more severe as the day progresses.
As the veins worsen, the size of your testicles may change. If you’re younger, it’s possible that they won’t form properly. On the other hand, fully developed men might experience testicular shrinkage.
Pelvic Congestive Syndrome
Pelvic congestive syndrome occurs in women. It’s a condition that can cause pain in the pelvic region. Usually, this pain feels like a dull sensation that’s recurrent. You might notice pain when you’re menstruating. Women who have PCS often experience backaches frequently.
Chronic fatigue is a common complaint of women with PCS and so is irritable bowel syndrome. You could notice you have an unusual vaginal discharge as well.
Pregnancy is the most common cause of PCS. Pregnancy changes the structure of a woman’s pelvis. Additionally, a woman’s body typically produces more fluid during pregnancy, which can cause damage to the valves. Possibly, the rise in estrogen during pregnancy causes weakness in the walls of the vessels.
Treating Testicular Varicosities
We offer treatment for testicular varicosities through a procedure known as varicocele embolization, which consists of our practitioner utilizing a catheter to position a small coil as well as administering a sclerosing agent. The procedure uses ultrasound technology in order to guide the catheter correctly. The coil and sclerosant injection prohibit blood from entering the damaged blood vessel. Eventually, this leads to the vein closing off completely.
Treating Pelvic Congestive Syndrome
An ovarian vein embolization, also known as a pelvic vein embolization, treats pelvic congestion syndrome. As a minimally invasive procedure, you may not even need any sedation. When you undergo the procedure, our vascular specialist inserts a catheter into your vein(s). Next, our practitioner provides you with a sclerosant injection along with a coil. These work to stop blood flow to the area, so the vein eventually dies off. Then, the blood is redirected through healthy veins in your pelvic region.
Why Choose Our Clinic
We’re a group of experts in the field. We have a thorough understanding of the vascular system and problems associated with it. We use precision and expertise to ensure you receive the optimum level of care. All of our staff prides themselves on the level of patient education they provide. In fact, we make sure you leave our office feeling confident in the care you receive. Additionally, we always supply treatments in a friendly environment, so you feel comfortable from the moment you enter our office.
Schedule an appointment to determine if a pelvic vein embolization could help your issue by contacting Advanced Vascular Vein Care, serving Teaneck, Morristown, and the surrounding area, at:
Teaneck – (973) 755-9253
Morristown – (973) 755-9206