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Had my infected testicle removed at 14. im curious as to what exactly happened in the surgery, as it was removed from lower abdomen. is there a video?
Unlikely to have: video taped best way is request the copy of hospital chart . Most likely surgery you had is due to testicle torsion .One is enough for all purposes including for fertility , you can have silicone testicle inserted to to the scrotum to match other if you are uncomfortable ...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
Depends: This depends on what you mean by testicle surgery. The general rules for surgery in the scrotal region would be to avoid heavy lifting x 4 weeks, wear a scrotal support for 10 days to 3 weeks. Use ice during the firs 48 hours following surgery. No straining for bowel function or other reasons. Keep area dry and clean daily and gently. ...Read more
What surgery?: Testicles are not supposed to "shrink" after surgery. What surgery are you referring to? Please be more specific to get a better answer . ...Read more
One Testicle: Yes. If your pediatrician when you were young did not deal with this then someone now needs to make sure this testicle is surgically removed or does not have a risk for becoming a tumor. A good men's health expert or a urologist would be a good place to start. ...Read more
Ask: your doctors if they can implat a prosthetic testicle for you ...Read more
My son 6 he went threw surgery at 2yr his left testicle was removed will he have problems when hes older should I tell him now to b careful uonl have1?
One testes: This topic is often debated in the pedi world, if a kid has one kidney or one testes should the child engage in contact sports....I think this is a personal decision of the parent and eventually the child....At some point in our lives we opt to take risks...Some large and some small...I personally would do anything differently but take to precautions normally taken, proper equipment...Etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very common: It can take several months for the testicle and its surrounding tissues to soften up after hydrocele repair. There are a number of reasons including edema (swelling) in the surgical area, thickness of the tunica vaginalis that was partially removed; some reabsorbing blood, size of the hydrocele, was the spermatic cord involved, etc. Give it time. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rare : This a rare but reported complication of epididymal surgery. Please discuss specifically and thoroughly with your surgeon about his particular outcomes when it comes to this surgery. ...Read more
Ask your physician.: Typically, recovery is about 4-6 weeks. If there are no complications or residual pain after 4 weeks, you can work out, more lightly at first, to see if you have discomfort. As patients with this condition tend to be younger, healthier, and without many co-morbid conditions, there are few long term problems after this repair. ...Read more
I am experiencing pain in my left testicle 8 months post hydrocele correction surgery, only at he back of testicle, what should I do?
Just found out our 10 year old's left testicle is 10% the size of his right. What are possible causes and is he likely to require surgery?
You may need genetic: counseling. If you son has the most likely cause of testicular atrophy, you want to be sure that he does not become stigmatized by learning of the condition. On the other hand, he may benefit greatly by having testosterone therapy to assure that he will be able to have children. Most men affected with Kleinfelter syndrome find out about their diagnosis at a fertility clinic. ...Read more
Had hydrocele surgery June 1. More comfortable than prior to surgery but testicle still a little more 2x than other one. Does not illuminate?
Normal finding: Part of hydrocele always remains after hydrocele surgery. Fluid is drained & hydrocele sac is inverted & sewn together behind testis (Bottle procedure); some surgeons roll up hydrocele sac (Lord procedure). In both cases testicle will remain larger than other side & may slowly diminish in size with time. This explains why your post surgery testis does not trans-illuminate. Don't be concerned. ...Read more
I had testicular distortion surgery 5 days ago, my right testicle was twisted. It was saved but now after 5 days my left one is sensitive to touch?
Hydrocele surgery 5 months ago. My testicle is still bigger than the other. No discomfort. Does not glow w/ illum. test. Will it go to smaller size?
I lost a testicle 7 years back(not sure whether it is torsion).. Shall i go for orcheopexy? From when can I resume gyming and exercise after surgery
torsion: If you lost your right testicle because of a torsion 7 years ago, you are at risk for torsion in the left testicle and should undergo a left orchidopexy to prevent possible loss of the left testicle. Typical post op recovery is 2 weeks of no strenous activity. ...Read more
I have got vericocele surgery of left testicle 6 months ago.Now my l testicle is hard and small and vain connected to testicle is also hard.Is this ok?
Varicocele: You need an examination by the doctor who performed the surgery. ...Read more
I feel thick tissue benith the cut made for left side hydrocele surgery 2 month back.left testicle looks stuck leftward.Minld pain nd discomfort there?
Post-op change: Most likely, unless "thick tissue" is expanding. Mild pain & discomfort not unusual, & should settle down with time. In USA anything related to this kind of surgery is included in global fee charged for original surgery for 3 months after operation. Testicle position may remain changed. ...Read more
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