Nah you're getting it wrong, My doctor is amazing. Everyone denied even looking further into my case as " i was in the range", for a 80 year old. In my country, treatments are cheap, doctors are not bound to medical insurance companies and this doc wanted to treat my symptoms more than anything. Even now, despite studies pointing to the contrary, docs think that varicocele can only cause infertility, not realising that by the same mechanism it can alter how the testes respond to the gonadotropins.
Since whatever treatment i will have will be covered out of pocket and not by insurance, he advised. It is the SCIENCE that shows modest increases in Testosterone post varicocelectomy, i.e, not being alleviating hypogonadism symptoms on it's own, most people end up on HRT regardless. So, while i am going to get it repaired in the future, i'm unsure as to this being a direct treatment for hypogonadism. Yours is the first seemingly successful experience i have witnessed actually which makes me more open to giving surgery the priority. I am so fed up of the situation, it makes me hate the thought of waiting and getting surgery and hope they rebound, which seems unlikely and expensive to do considering the lack of sure shot evidence.