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Will there be any complications or ill-effects in the future from getting a partial orchiectomy on one testicle from trauma (other one is still fine)?
Testicle removal, or orchiectomy, is performed for multiple reasons including, most commonly, testicular torsion and malignancy. Testicles are sometimes removed to slow aggressive or metastatic prostate cancer. Also, testicles are removed during gender reassignment surgery and on ...Read more
Yes!: You should consider waiting for 1 week or so to let things heal up after surgery. After that, you should be good to go. Remember in general, to be more careful about activities that risk contact to the area (horse riding, soccer, martial arts etc) as you are only running on 1 testicle now! ...Read more
Could someone who is d.M.A.B, trans-gendered and under the age of 18 to get a bi-lateral orchiectomy?
Not by certified Dr.: Trans-gender may well be genuine and OK to register with a urologist who would agree to perform operation after age 18. This would be best advice & help by a compassionate & understanding surgeon. Subject may well require further urologic trans-gender surgery later on. ...Read more
How many days need to spent after right radical and left partial orchiectomy to mesure testo. Level. Mine after 3 weeks is too low 27ng/dl.Some wrong?
Not needed: Several indications for orchiectomy. At age 48 the most common need for the procedure is cancer of the testis. If one is remaining there is no need to take replacement hormones i.e. testosterone. If the procedure was bilateral for prostate cancer a suppressive hormone drug such as Lupron (leuprolide) might be indicated at the time but no need to take estrogen unless advanced Ca requires estrogen. ...Read more
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