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Here are some ...: A true retractile testis can be seen and palpable in the sac while the baby sleeps, and should be just followed up to puberty - the time to become staying in the sac, as long as there is no coexisting inguinal hernia and he is comfortable. But retractile testis may become "ascending" testis in some 25% of patients, which will require timely exploration and fixation (orchiopexy). So, ask Doc for... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Can retractile testis move back and forth between scrotum and abdomen or it will only move between scrotum and groin area?
Scrotum and groin: Retractile testes travel between the scrotum and groin and vis versa. When they are out of the scrotum, they are in the inguinal canal and can be manually brought down. Or a warm bath may also encourage them to travel back to the scrotum. Some testicles are not descended outside the abdomen and these need to be managed surgically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Got retractile testicles after an ing. hernia surg. 1 year ago. They used to be normal. Now it is uncomfortable. What can i do to keep them down?
Here are some ...: The changing location of testis after inguinal herniorrhaphy is usually just fix at a higher spot of scrotum by scar so not retractable. If over time you can cope well, leave it alone; if annoying and unbearable, it needs to be evaluated to decide if additional care is required, such as nerve block or exploration & repositioning it - orchiopexy. So, see the surgeon or other dedicated like surgeon. ...Read more
Testes move from perineal to even up to the inside of internal inguinal ring, does this latter mean there's hernia? Are this retractile testes?
My sperm count isn't very large.. Is it possible that my retractile testicles or maybe the underdeveloped short spermatic cord be a cause of it?
Suffer retractile testicles after inguinal hernia surgery. Will this go away or stay like this forever? It's been 2.5 months. Any tips to make it go?
Should stop: I admit i don't have any research to quote you, but in my experience this somewhat atypical problem should be self limited. You could try applying warm heat to the scrotum, in the privacy of your own home, of course. This would cause the cremasteric muscles to relax to drop the testicles away from the groin. It's worth a shot. Good luck. ...Read more
Here are some...: What do you mean "tests not balance"? Do you refer to the size of both testes or both half of the sac or the level of sac, etc? Since the concern in this Q is unclear, it's hard to offer answer to the point. But known to all with common sense, no two person are born equal in the size, shape, etc. of the organs although sharing the same anatomical terminology for certain organs. ...Read more