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Are leydig cells more resistant to infection then rest? Had infection testicle atrophied. Read online leydig cell can resist chemo so y not infection
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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
How long after bacterial orchitis ( will a testicle remain very hard? 2-3 weeks after infection, testicle is still 'hard" .Not std. Infection gone.
Urologist says I have infection in testicles. Negative for utis and stds. 2 rounds of antibiotics still having syptoms. What do I do? Help please
Epididymitis/orchitis: Epididymitis and orchitis are notoriously difficult to clear up completely. It is usually unilateral. Long courses of oral antibiotics are sometimes necessary to eradicate it completely. A scrotal ultrasound is sometimes performed to rule out other conditions such as abscess or even testicular cancer. ...Read more
About 8 months ago i had an infection in my testicles. Since then I have noticed my left testicle is shrinking. There is no pain or discomfort.
Testicular Trauma: I believe you need to be seen. One may need an ultrasound and at the very least a blood test to measure your testosterone level. I would be curious as to if your erectile processes are working; if you can get and maintain an erection. One testicle in the scrotum will always be bigger than the other: one is the dominant one and one is the back up. But, please get to your physician soon. ...Read more
Unusual: It is very unusual for an infection of the testicle or epididymis to require removal of the testicle, or orchiectomy. Usually, even the most severe cases will resolve with antibiotics, although some cases can take weeks to fully recover. Good luck! ...Read more
When an infection atrophies a testicle is it possible that the leydig cells can still be okay in that testicle? Read they were resistant to infection.
Yes: Usually the infection is mumps and in this case, it's edema and ultimately venous infarction. The leydig cells stick around or at least grow back; I've seen them at autopsy. That's why guys who lose both to torsion or mumps are still as potent and otherwise masculinized as before. Syphilitic gummas will destroy parenchyma itself. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have mild pain in myright testicles from 3weeks but it come and went is it infection in my testicles or just groin pain ?
Pain in your scrotum: Pain in your testicle can be anything from a minor inconvenience to an emergency. Is the pain intolerable? Do you have a fever? Is the scrotum swelling? If so you may need to get to an urgent care center. Less urgent would be an inguinal hernia, and a swelling in the tubing like a spermatocele or varicocele. But, if the pain persists please get to a trusted medical provider soon. ...Read more
If a testicle atrophies from infection can that testicle still produce the same amount of testosterone even it shrunk half size?
If a person gets prolonged sexual arouses daily but he don't ejaculate, then this can cause any infections, prostate or testicles issues?
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
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