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Could Torsion Testicle Surgery Lead To Low Testerone
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
I lost a testicle due to torsion... Am i in fertile or also have low testosterone... Two urologist say it's nothing to worry about?
Monitoring advised.: The majority of young men losing a testis to torsion suffer no significant problems of fertility or testosterone levels. Like any medical condition however, there is a wide spectrum of results different patients may experience. If concerned, you may monitor your levels and measure blood tests in the future to check your status as indicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I lost right testicle due to torsion last month...... My second one got little bigger...... Should i be worried? Testosterone is normal now
Had a testicle removed due to torsion 2 months ago and had testosterone test first was 416 @ 12 pm n 570 @10 is it finedoes tt has a link to fertility?
Testicle Purpose: You are 18 and you have a good testicle. This testicle will produce the needed hormones and sperm for you. The body has all kinds of back up built in for you and having two testicles is not necessary for your life. I am glad to hear you are recovered and back to normal. ...Read more
I lost right testicle due to torsion... Will it affect my testosterone and fertility... I went to 2 urologist they said it's all right one is fine?
I have hydrocele on my left testicle
I wonder if I will do a sergery ..
It will affect on my sex drive ? Or my testicles development or testosterone
Not a problem, but: Draining/removing the hydrocele is not a problem. If the wound gets infected, which is a complication that can happen during any kind of surgery, you may run into problems. Double check that the benefits from your proposed surgery outweigh risks involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes and no: It depends how small - there is individual variation just as there is with earlobe or breast size. Very small testes may be due to many different factors, some of which lead to low testosterone as ex adrenal steroid weight lifter abusers, or to no sperm as men with klinefelters syndrome. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask your physician.: Typically, recovery is about 4-6 weeks. If there are no complications or residual pain after 4 weeks, you can work out, more lightly at first, to see if you have discomfort. As patients with this condition tend to be younger, healthier, and without many co-morbid conditions, there are few long term problems after this repair. ...Read more
I lost a testicle 7 years back(not sure whether it is torsion).. Shall i go for orcheopexy? From when can I resume gyming and exercise after surgery
torsion: If you lost your right testicle because of a torsion 7 years ago, you are at risk for torsion in the left testicle and should undergo a left orchidopexy to prevent possible loss of the left testicle. Typical post op recovery is 2 weeks of no strenous activity. ...Read more
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