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Is It Completely Safe To Have Sex After Torsion Of The Testis
Yes if testes fixed: Provided testes have been sutured to the scrotum to prevent further torsion episodes. You need a scrotal orchidopexy to prevent future torsion if your torsion was only manually untwisted to give immediate relief. ...Read more
Couples often worry about having sex during pregnancy. They may be afraid that having sex could cause a miscarriage or harm the baby. It is best to talk to your doctor or nurse midwife about your specific situation to make sure you are considered at low risk for complications such a ...Read more
Lost a testis b/c of torsion bt still my sex drive is same/more like 7 times a day and my body has never been in a better shape bt still i feel difrnt?
Prob NOT physical:
This is probably a psychological/emotional reaction to the loss of this body part. (assuming there are no medical issues and you have been cleared by your physician.) most likely a short-term psychotherapeutic
intervention will help you feel better.
This is an especially important area to you. Just talking with your father may also help. ...Read more
Depends on pain: There is no contraindication to having sex -- although there are two caveats: you may have blood in the semen (ejaculate) -- but, if you don't look, you won't see it; you may have pain in the scrotum or be sensitive. I suppose if you are not too vigorous or bouncy, you should be fine. If there is a suture, you cannot get it wet until they have been removed or it has healed -- so think about that. ...Read more
My boyfriend's two testis are missing. How can missing testis will shorten his life every time he have sex please describe me about this siruation?
Not exactly: Missing testes must be searched for. If they are found in the groin or abdomen, they may be moved down to the scrotum so that they can be examined by himself and his doctor for testicular cancer. The "shortening of life" can happen if a testicle gets cancer while sitting undetected in his abdomen... having lots of sex makes no difference from a "missing testicle" perspective. ...Read more
Type1 diabetic male 24 yo wen um wiz my gf um always erected but we dont have sex so no ejaculation recently i feel painful hard thing in my lt testis?
Hernia?: It could be a hernia. If the lump goes away when you lie down or you can push it in, and becomes more prominent when standing or during coughing, it is probably a hernia. Could be a primary problem with the testical as well. I would recommend seeing your primary care provider or a urologist for a consultation. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Hi, i had an torsion testis surgery 4 weeks ago but I have some many questions about it. When can I mastrubate?
Now: After one month there should be no post operative activity restrictions. ...Read more
Lost a testis due to torsion 3 months ago.... My tt levels are 416 @12pm .....Is there a link b/w tt and fertility?
My brother found that he have a lamp in his testicle but he is not sure when I palpated it like a torsion testis but he did not feel any pain.
Must see MD: We take any lump in the testicle very seriously. In fact the lumps which are painless are very dangerous because it can be malignant . I strongly advise that you must see a urologist without delay. ...Read more
Hi, I'm fairly certain I have bell clappers of the testis,
I'm wondering if I need surgery to prevent torsion as for a while I've felt as if maybe my ?
Depends on pain and: if you get acute pain and high riding testes often sidelying could be sign of impending testicular torsion so need to see a urologist for ultrasound, if ever it comes on severely it is an emrgency , best to get peace of mind , see a urologist ...Read more
Testicular torsion: Literally a twisting of the testis and the spermatic cord within the scrotal sac. Because the blood supply to and from the testis is contained in the twisted cord, this is a true surgical emergency. ...Read more
Yes it could: Might also be torsion of an appendix testis or epididymitis. However, testis torsion is an emergency, please get it checked immediately as torsion must be corrected quickly or the testicle could "die". Sometimes torsion can temporarily be corrected by twisting the testicle in a direction as if "opening a book", i.e. Outwards. Please do not delay. ...Read more
I had torsion of testis surgery 4 weeks ago, i askin so much because I am so scared. And i really want to mastrubate but i can't because I am scared.
OK with caution: Surgery for torsion of the testis involves suture pexy of the testicle to the scrotum. In other words the free testicle that could twist is now fixed with suture to the wall of the scrotum. After 4 weeks, this bond should be approximately 70% as strong as normal tissues. Gentle masturbation is ok with a lot of lubrication. Take it slow. Listen to your body, if you have pain, stop. Nothing wild! ...Read more
Yes: Acute pain in the testicles can be caused by torsion at any age especially if the age is between 13 and 35 years old. Severe pain is usually the symptom and requires an emergent visit to the local emergency room to prevent loss of the testicle. It can also sometimes signify cancer, infection, or inflammation. See your physician to differentiate. ...Read more
My 6years old son got infection in left testis last week and got swelling in complete area. Initial investigation no torsion?
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Does orchiectomy of one testis due to torsion decrease or kill fertility and testostrerone because it's been a month and i feel no difference at all?
I had torsion of testis surgery 4 weeks ago,
my doctor said you can't sport for 6-8weeks
but someone here says you can mastrubate.
Why not sport?
About?: There is no crystal-ball advice on how long the postoperative recovery should be. The ongoing postoperative advice usually serves more for medico-legal demand and social/political correctness with no solidly proved value. Generally speaking, let the surgical site settle down usually within one week, then you can move along with common sense as long as being tolerable and of no undue swelling. ...Read more
Aching pain in testis and inguinal areas, 3 uvsounds rule out torsion, epididymis & varicocele or abdo problems but discomfort continues after 2 month?
Here are some...: Testicular pain with its highly variable degree, duration, & interval, especially in the young like you, should lead a professional mind to concern about possible intermitternt testicular torsion with detorsion, which requires timely surgical testicular fixation. Scrotal US would not help if not done right at the time of painful attack. More? To http://sick-ask.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish... ...Read more
Tender testis, swollen scrotal veins, aching groin & lower abdo, changes sides, never actual testis that feel pain. Dr confirmed it is not torsion?
Varicocele : It could be due to an abnormal collection of veins in the scrotum. An ultrasound should be able to tell if that is the cause. The other possibility is a hydrocele, which is a fluid filled cyst in the scrotum. A referral to a Urologist may help with the diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Are there any medicolegal cases, when medical staff has shown negligence in diagnosing 4 month infant testicular torsion resulting in loss of testicle. Initial Newborn screening showed both testis normal shape and size. And now after 4 month they diagnose
Testicular torsion: Usually is an acute urologic emergency. It is unlikely to be present for 4 months ...Read more
Got kicked in the right testis....Momentary pain 3-4 min...Lack of cremasteric reflex on day 2 and discomfort while sitting or clossing legs..Torsion?
Orchalgia: Unlikely if the pain was "momentary" and two days have passed. If swelling and pain are significant (as it would be with torsion almost always) you should get examined immediately in an er where ultrasound is available. Exam by a urologist otherwise for other types of testicular injury. The "golden period" of detection and treatment of acute torsion is only 4-6 hours. ...Read more
Veins or tubes are swollen in left &now right testis. Pain comes from both sides, abdo&scrotal. No torsion,
&uvsound said no Varicocele I am not sure?
Pain in lower region: Please continue to see doctors to find out what is going on. Get a second opinion from a urologist. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Veins attached to my left testis is swollen what should i do? single,no sexual intercourse,no smoking,non alcoholic,masturbate once a week
Dilated veins in the left side of the scrotum are called a varicocele and are caused by backflow of blood and poor function of valves in the veins. They are not serious except that they can cause infertility. This can be determined by a sperm analysis. If you would like to discuss this further, please ask for an inbox consult.
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I had a testicular tortion surgeon 8 years ago. They took my one testis. Will I have any problem in future ?
Unilkely: Having surgery for testicular torsion does not generally cause long-term issues if it was treated in a timely fashion. If left untreated for a long period of time, one can develop autoantibodies to sperm which can cause sperm damage in the other testicle. If there is difficulty with infertility, a semen analysis is required. ...Read more
1. I had TORTION OF TESTIS in left side in 2011and left was not removed. Dr. told that the left is ATROPHY. Is there any problem for me later.
2. HYDROCELE in right side and had surgery. Operation made 2 weeks ago.
If there is any future probl
I am recently enagaged and my marriage is around september mid
My question is I've varicocele in my left testis for more than 10 years , also 6 years back there was tortion in my right testis
For tortion of testing i was admitted to the h
You will be fine: Varicocele will not be a problem except in few due to increased warmth may alter sperm count , if there is fertility problem then need surgery. If you had proved previous torsion on right side , need surgery on both not only on the involved side , need to be fixed to prevent future torsion and loss of testis . Speak to your doctor ...Read more
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
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