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Symptoms Of Chordee
Is hypospadius and chordee can be treated on an adult? What is the procedure, healing time and side effects (psychologically and physically)?
Can be corrected: Pediatric urologists are most experienced with this kind of surgery in all ages. Repair depends upon severity of chordee, location of meatus (urinary opening), size of penis, presence or absence of foreskin & possible previous surgery. Urologist selected will explain all this. Healing time also varies with kind of repair. Back to work in 2 weeks, 6 weeks for sex. Counseling might be helpful. ...Read more
I had severe chordee and hypospedius.. I have had a two stage surgery.. After the second operation still my penis is bent want advice and send pics?
Yes or no...: The upmost important expectation after hypospadias repair is penile functionality for voiding in easy direction and copulating comfortably, cosmetic appearance is secondary and highly relative among individuals. So, see experienced honest urologist for a decent opinion even though you may have good insurance coverage, which means "easy" money for surgeons. And beware of need not just for liking. ...Read more
Doctor i need your help its about my penis, ive born with hypospadias chordee probls ive done atleast 4 surgeries including skin graft and lenghting?
Be evaluated by...: Sorry to hear recurrent failure in hypospadias repairs. To decide if further attempt to repair is feasible & how to do it, a direct look at so to assess the local tissue availability is essential, but at this time let a urologist who is specialized in hypospadias repair - not a general urologist. Occasionally, no further repair can be done; if so, you need to adopt & adapt to what it may have been ...Read more
Inflammation: The classic three findings are ulcers in the mouth, genital ulcers, and inflammation of the eyes. The eyes can be inflammed from front to back. The inflammation of the retinal blood vessels is most harmful and can cause permanent vision loss. Behcet's disease should be treated promptly, ideally by a uveitis specialist if you have one in your area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer