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i have had a varicocele embolisation operation earlier in year and was unsuccessful, 4 weeks ago i had open surgery on the vein and am in the exact same pain and have a new vein running along my penis which feels like the lead of a pencil to tgouch. this is also causing me severe pain. this vein was not present before the operation. how long should i expect to be in this pain for and is there anything that can be done for this new painful vein? i have had 2 ultrasound scans and paid privately for a ct scan and apparantly there was not anything else present other than the varicocele vein but could it be possible that i may have different condition?
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