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Does Ductus Deferens Attach To Urethra Or Prostate Gland
Prostate: It enters through the prostate. Remember the prostate is like a donut. The donut hole is part of the urethra, called the prostatic urethra. ...Read more
The canal through which urine exits the bladder, discharging the urine externally. In men, it is about 20-cm long with a membranous, prostatic, bulbar, and pendulous segments ending at the glans penis; it gives passage to the spermatic fluid as well as urine. In the female, the urethra is about 4 cm long & in close relation with the anterior ...Read more
A few things,: But the most likely cause is a epididymal cyst. I'd get it evaluated, especially if it is painful, inflamed, or enlarging. Though there are many causes of lumps in the scrotum, the proximity to vas deferens makes it likely a cyst or spermatocele. I recommend that you see your physician for evaluation, at which point the need for a scrotal ultrasound can be determined. ...Read more
If bacteria from the urethra enter the vas deferens, will it infect it and cause scars and blockage to the vas deferens?
Repetative question: You have been asking questions about your vas deferens for several weeks. You're obviously obsessed with it. See one of my previous replies about epididymitis. Most likely nothing is wrong, but in any case you'll never get a conclusive answer on a forum like this. It's time to move on and stop asking; discuss with your own doctor. ...Read more
Can bacteria from urethra spread to vas deferens and infect it, resulting in permanent scars and blockage in vas deferen?
Even if semen remains in the urethra, for bacteria to travel up through the urethra to the vas deferens, would i have felt days of pain when peeing?
No, unless...: Are you thinking that your semen is infected? Why? If indeed there is bacteria-infected semen inside urethra, there germs may travel up ejaculatory duct to vas deferens, but not necessarily develop infection, which ,once developed, may cause painful swelling in the infected tissues lasting for 1-2 weeks or longer except being timely & effectively treated. More? Talk with me & I can help. ...Read more
Can cancer cells travel from the urethra, through the vas deferens, to the testicles, and cause testicular cancer? Can this be a path of metastasis?
No: What you described a path of tumor cells to spread is not feasible. Tumor cells may reach testes via blood but via the route you described. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
How long do I need to wait after recovery of infection in prostate and vas deferens to know if there will be potential blockage caused?
Prostate: Forever. Discuss with your Dr. Not likely but can happen. ...Read more
Almost never: Used to be common for some urologists to tie of the vasa deferentia (plural) after open prostate surgery, which was associated with about 2% incidence of epididymitis & when fewer different antibiotics were in existence. Turp is associated with lower incidence of postoperative infection & catheters remain inplace for shorter time compared to open surgery. Thus no need for vasectomy with turp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May need examiantion: It seems like you are referring to your Groin area where lymph nodes are normally situated. If there is any infection or inflammation in the leg or lower abdomen, these nodes can enlarge temporarily. If the welling is progressive and does not settle down in 2-3 weeks, you need to see your doctor for a medical examination. ...Read more
My ct(abdomen & pelvis) results are: -hypodensity in the midline of prostate measuring 10 mm
-suspicious osseous lesions
what should I read from it?
May be stone...: Prostate stones of various size and amount are common, usually scattered in the vicinity between its central and peripheral zones, and usually carry no clinical significance such as not associated with cancer or infection. So, it may be just stone and leave it alone. But, if indeed highly suspicious for something unusual, follow the instructions of your doctor. Otherwise, don't worry for now. ...Read more
I have chronic prostatitis this week I have tenderness in pelvis and after I urinate the pain goes away but I get very bloated can prostate do this?
My dad just diagnosed with prostate cancer. He had a CT abdomen and pelvis with impression : :adjacent fat planes preserved, and with no adenopathy detected.
- mixed lytic and sclerotic adjacent to the sl
With : With the history of prostate ca, the lesions at the bones mentioned at the report correspond to infiltration of the tumor (metastasis). The others are benign findings. Your oncologist should direct his therapy with these findings and may order another studies such a nuclear medicine bone scan to assess the extension of the metastatic disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I believe: the development of MR (magnetic resonance) imaging has enabled the visualization of the vas deferens (there are two). The most natural abnormality of a vas is non-development/lack of it. Or, scarring could have resulted from a surgical procedure to cut them blocking sperm movement, i.e. a vasectomy. I'm not sure what the indication is for detecting this, but I'm certain your Urologist can help. ...Read more
Can MRI scan detect if there is any damage part in the vas deferens or whether there is any blockage?
No,...: The sensitivity of MRI is not enough to delineate the fine lumen of vas deferens; in fact, it is wasting resource. Besides, it is good idea to know almost all medical care is still based on indirect evidence. For detail of related subjects, go to articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. Best wish... ...Read more
How much of the vas deferens would constitute too much removed, to be able to have a vasectomy reversal?
Vas reversal: Successful fertility after vas reversal depends on many factors. Length excised is usually not well documented. A more identifiable determinant would be length of time since vasectomy. The greater the number of years, the less the success. At best, the success rate rarely is above 50% (using pregnancy as the determinat of "success"). ...Read more
After taking paracetamol during vas deferens infection, will the feeling be painless or there will be some pain?
Is it possible if I take 3 tablets of clarithromycin, vas deferens infection recovers without pills after few weeks on its own?
Please: only take the medications that were prescribed for you as directed. ...Read more
My semen analysis report 225 mil/ml, motility 43%, morphology 2%, viability 71%. Is it possible one of my vas deferens is blocked?
Here are some...: The report on semen analysis is fair - still with a good odd to conceive if a timely awaiting egg could be available. No one can say for sure if one of vas deferens is blocked although history may suggest such. Remember: 50% of infertility are from female factors; 30%, from male's; 20%, from both. So, go to be evaluated for both sides, and continue your current effects for conception if.... ...Read more
The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
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