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In medicine: a transfer from one body or body part to another of an organ (liver, heart, lung, kidney, pancreas bowel) or tissue (hand, face, hair). The immune system fights foreign invaders (like infections) so it will reject transplants from other people (allotransplants) because they look like infections. So transplants usually require drugs to ...Read more
Poss.could but won't: There are many much more important organs & tissues which require or have ongoing stem cell reasearch. Stem cells to restore foreskin, in my opinion, would be at bottom of list. Such researc h is very expensive, would never pay for itself nor would researchers undertake this work which they would consider frivolous & unnecessary. ...Read more
Usually Permanent: Hair follicles located in the back of the scalp are typically immune to hereditary hair loss. When carefully harvested using NeoGraft FUE & transplanted into the thinning area, they will live & grow "forever." Only exceptions include severe disease or meds like chemo. Be aware that the NON-transplanted hair is still at risk, needing medical tx's in order to protect those follicles & the results. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No sex for 2 yrs,only masturbation.Recently redness/irritation+itchy on underside of penis shaft (between penis & scrotum).Worse after shower/masturb.
Dry skin or tinea.: We cannot make a specific diagnosis without an exam, however, what you describe can be caused by dry skin, allergic dermatitis, or tinea cruris. Start by using a hypoallergenic moisturizer and keeping the area dry between showers. If itchiness persists, try using antifungal cream for jock itch. If this fails, make an appointment for evaluation with a HealthTap doctor. ...Read more
No, since ...: The experience shows they will not change in size and number, and are harmless so requiring no Rx & leaving them alone as the surest way of care. Best wish ... ...Read more
21yr don't have phimosis and can retract foreskin to base of glans. but there's excess foreskin.i don't want circumcission. any problem in sex life??
Circumcision: The two conditions are usually completely unrelated. A "curved" penis can be an acquired condition called peyronie's disease or a congenital anomaly called chordee-uneven length of each corpora. Circumcision should not cause penile curvature unless it was not properly performed. Such a condition should be obvious after swelling has subsided from a circumcision. www.peedoc.com @drhtay. ...Read more
No: The donor would be completely fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Refractory ALL in adolescent male 21 years management other than Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplant?
Complex question: only experts in the field, hematologists/oncologists would answer this question after careful review of the case and different options available, I know it might be frustrating at times, but complex condition as ALL need to be managed in specialized hospitals/institutions, it's your right as a patient to have second and even third opinion, but in the end you have to trust the treating team, good luck ...Read more
Ihave impotence (no erection since pubrty) (27y) my testicle size is 12.5cc and prostate is13cc pinle lenght 12~13 cm, are they normal ?
Dry pale skin on penis I'm circumcised at birththat peeled on glans and under leaving scarring hypersensitivity had biopsy glans is shiny on erection?
Penile lesion: Please click on this link for a detailed listing of different skin disorders involving penile skin. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2010/0115/p167.html A biopsy will be your best bet to get a definite answer. To me it sounds like you may have lichen sclerosus, also known as balanitis xerotica obliterans. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Lymphangitis?: A lymphocele of the penis would be unlikely. Sclerosing lymphangitis, related to rough masturbation or sex, is self limited, though it can make the penis look quite ill. As for other lumps, Peyronies Disease causes firm plaques to arise in the deep part of the penis, which can result in erectile dysfunction. If you have > 30' curvature or pain with erection, see your urologist ASAP. ...Read more