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Causes Of Spermatic Cord Tenderness
Yes it is: Yes it may be swollen and tender to touch. ...Read more
Left testicle is sore after having ureter surgery 17 days ago...Should i be concerned ? Tender to touch pulling on spermatic cord
2 months after bilateral laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery, my right testicle hangs higher than left, and spermatic cord is still sore, normal?
No: They are very friendly and don't cause any problems -- but they stay ready and waiting for you to order them into action. ...Read more
Had 6 scrotum us but no varicoceles were found even not found when checked physically. What is the cause of my right side spermatic cord swelling?
Cysts: May be one or more epidydimal cysts. No treatment necessary. ...Read more
My sperm count isn't very large.. Is it possible that my retractile testicles or maybe the underdeveloped short spermatic cord be a cause of it?
I s there any thing like testicular congestion or spermatic cord congestion? I f yes, then what are the reasons, why this happened?
Los hue os: Yes. In old days named " blue balls". In women pelvic congestion. Occurs when much sexual arousal and no action. Masturbation could relieve it- it's simple manual test. In victorian era when sex was frowned on, doctors actually masrurbated women for relief- hopefully in professional manner, ( bet insurance doesn't cover it. If history not above consult urologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Here are some...: How did you know right spermatic cord swollen? If yes, how soon it happened and how long it last after masturbation? To put all related things correctly for doctors to review & analysis + timely physical exam + testing as needed will help to deduce right diagnosis for right care; this can be done by following suggestions in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best... ...Read more
Effects of bruising or damaging your spermatic cord? How you know if you have damaged it? What would you feel? The symptoms??
I had a torsion surgery 5 days ago.I feel pain when touching the place above the testicle. I think its spermatic cord. Testicle doesn't hurt.Normal?
Here are some ...: Funiculitis is a technical term of medicine to denote any inflammatory change of any chordlike structures of the body like spermatic cord, umbilical cord, spinal cord, etc., which may be a imaging finding suggested on a CT scan, but it should be correlated with individual clinical pictures. ...Read more
Different in...: Spermatic cord torsion is extravaginal with its twisting hinge inside inguinal canal in prenatal or newboens; the commonly discussed testicular torsion is intravaginal with its twisting hinge below external inguinal ring in adolescents and adults with its peak around 15-19. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I fairly lightly hit my testicle around the area where the spermatic cord is. If i damaged or detached that would i be in extreme pain?
Here are some: The structure of the sac (scrotum) & its contents(testes & epididymides) can dampen a lot of sudden speedy impact for protection; of course, there is a limit that they can absorb and stand. Beyond its limit, various degree of injury occurs as contusion or rupture of blood vessels or rupture of testes... resulting in a wide range of pain depending on the degree of tissue tension & inflammation. ...Read more
I'm a 27 year old male i have this inflammation/dull pain in what appears to be my left spermatic cord. did a lot of tests, but nothing, advice?
Here are some...: Apparently you've suffered from chronic ache in left inguinal region, which may result from multiple causes such as inflammation as mentioned, or local irritation to nerve endings-chemical or physical- by disorders of local or regional muscles, joints, or nerves. To help define what may be, follow instructions in http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain insight on how to... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How we can find if spermatic cord are damaged during hydrocele surgery ?? My son 5years old had an operation for comunication hydrocele in both sides
Not before puberty: Damage to spermatic cords is unlikely if surgery was performed by surgical expert, especially if s/he is pediatric urologist or surgeon. U could review the operation report to see if note made of cuting vas during surgery. Or check pathology report of hydrocele specimen if it was sent for ?portion of vas. Otherwise you would need to wait till after puberty 2C if sperm present in ejaculated semen. ...Read more
Does spermatic cord lipoma removal, lead to potential hydrocele formation? I just underwent a varicocelectomy
It may.: infrequent but a known issueGet a more detailed answer ›
Are mild traumatic spermatic cord injuries permanent? What time frame do they usually require for complete healing? Ultrasound is normal.
Not usually: A few weeks should resolve, if not seek attention. Urologist is the expert. ...Read more
I feel a tiny lump on top of my right testicle near the spermatic cord, its like hard grain rice, but it doesn't occur on the left one ! is that normal
I feel pain on both spermatic cord& i don't feel pain when sexually aroused until i reach ejaculation& if ejaculation delayed i feel pain before&after ?
Here are some ...: " spermatic cord" would refer to the site along inguinal region. If so, such testicular twist occurs on its way of natural descent due to lack of fixation so it's extravaginal and almost exclusively in antenatal / neonatal period with incomplete testicular descent. Clinically, we see testicular twisting more commonly in teenagers around their puberty/adolescence, around age 12-18, but maybe in any ...Read more
See answer: Testicular torsion related to twisting of the spermatic cord is usually a very acute condition associated with fairly sudden onset of significant testicular pain and swelling often associated with abdominal discomfort, nausea, and affected testicle riding higher in scrotum. Most commonly occurs ages 12-16 and less likely as one ages. A doppler ultrasound is the imaging test of choice. ...Read more
Here are some...: Most of scrotal US would not contribute much to diagnosing what is inside the sac but serve high demand of political correctness and commercialism; instead, a good history-taking + physical exam should be enough to reach right Dx and right Rx for most. To your Q, no wear or tear may occur unlike blood vessel. Most US can show epididymis/testis, not vas deferens. More? Ask urologist... ...Read more