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Can A Hernia Effect Penis Size
No.: Inguinal hernias will not change the size of the penis. If the hernia bulge is large, is can obscure the base of the penis making it appear shorter than it is, especially if the hernia is intrascrotal. If the hernia is bothersome or enlarging, consult with a general surgeon. Depending on the risk of complications such as incarceration or strangulation, the doctor may recommend repair. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not to worry: Weight gain gives a man the impression of a smaller penis. As fat accumulates on the lower abdomen, the apparent size of the penis changes. "a large prepubic fat pad makes the penile shaft look shorter, " as we age the penis tends to undergo an actual (& irreversible) reduction in size (in both length & thickness). A hernia that is large can push on the prepubic fat pad and make penis look smaller. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 22 years old before 8 month i operation the ignual hernia it is 3-4 years then i operate this it is effect on my penis size?
No: Operations for inguinal hernia repair have no effect on penis size unless there is a tragic complication. There is no reliable way to change your penis size for better or worse. The most common cause of perceived change in penis size is weight gain or loss. For each 10lb fat gain your penis can appear to be 1/2 inch shorter. For each 10lb loss you can gain an apparent 1/2 inch. ...Read more
My son was born with a hernia and his penis size looks much smaller than his other two brothers also he is small in height, is the hernia the reason?
No: These are not likely related.Get a more detailed answer ›
Lumps: not enough information to help please have your child checked out by his pediatrician ...Read more
It's Reversible: I agree with dr. Kimm's excellent answer. If your hernia is large enough to extend into your scrotal sac and obscure your penis, it's time to get that hernia repaired. Having repaired a number of hernias like what you have described, rest assured that everything will eventually look normal again after your surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My fiance is 63 years old he has a hernia by his penis and I need to know the risk of the surgery?
Low, but...: What you described suggests he may have inguinal hernia, which nowadays can be corrected with open or laparoscopic approach at low risk, but maybe varying to reflect his general health and professional proficiency. For individual specifics, ask the surgeon. More on life reality? Go to articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Some of the: Blood tracks down by gravity from the groin incision to the skin overlying the penis. Just like you can get discoloration under the eyes, when the injury is on your forehead. It will resolve with time. Ask your surgeon for specific details on how long to expect this to persist. ...Read more
Maybe: If one has large groin hernias on both sides, repair will reduce the bulges, and give the appearance of a more prominent penis. The actual size of course will not change. Hope this answers your question. ...Read more
How common are inguinal hernias in younger men?Also, would the location typically cause pain at the VERY base of penis (crevice area right near penis)
Lifetime risk is 25%: Inguinal hernias are more common in men than women, due to the descent of the testicles from inside the abdomen to the scrotum. A bulge in the area on either side of your pubic bone is a typical physical finding, while burning or aching sensation at the bulge, especially when bending over, coughing or lifting is a common symptom. See your physician for confirmation by examination ...Read more
I have just had varicucele repair surgery and hernia inguinal surgery, I notice my penis is shrinking in & testicules enlarged severely. Why?
Here are some ...: After both procedures, you expect to experience some degree of scrotal swelling of various severity and duration. Most times, the condition after both surgeries evolves and resolves well in 2-3 weeks, but at times, such postoperative swelling may last and linger for months. So, see your surgeon if the expected pain and swelling have not progressively resolved in 1-2 weeks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr. should evaluate: Abdominal weak spots are at the rt & lft groin. With abdominal pressure or older age, one becomes more likely to get a hernia. A hernia bulge pointing down into the scrotum (men) or labia majora (women) is an "indirect hernia". A doctor needs to check for a twisted testicle (painful emergency!), infection, etc... A hernia may reverse if one relaxes his tummy, while pressing the hernia with a hand. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a pain from my navel to the end of my penis when exercising . It presents when I'm full, or stretch backward. ER said poss hernia?
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