A 39-year-old male asked:
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had neurolysis of the spermatic cord surgery on the l side, due to dx of chronic orchilgia. swelling/bruising still & lump on r side of penis. ?

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Here are some...: How long have you been after left neurolysis with or without neurectomy? With skillful microscopic neurectomy for intractable orchialgia, pain relief should be immediate, but the surgery-related pain may take 5-14 days to optimize its resolution, but occasionally maybe incomplete. More? Ask your surgeon for individual specifics. Further online chat may bring about more wanted anxiety and confusion
Answered on Jul 25, 2015

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