Thickening of scrotal skin after vasectomy - Doctor answers
Few days: Usually resolves in a week or less. See your doctor if it seems to persist for a lot longer or if associated with a lot of swelling. ...Read more
Tubes on both sides from testicle to prostate that carry sperm made by testicles are brought out through a small skin puncture in the scrotum and either cut, tied, burned or clamped. Simple procedure, cost effective and usually with minimal side effects. Low failure rate. Clinic procedure, done in office with local anesthetic to skin. Minimal down time. A very ...Read more
No way: Only 10% of the ejaculate (fluid that comes out at orgasm) comes from the testis. Most of it comes from the prostate and seminal vesicle. After the vas is sealed, the production of testicular fluid is decreased. You will always be making sperm but they have nowhere to go and they get reprocessed. Nature is very efficient. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes, but...: Technically, vasectomy through the sac has been proved to be much easier for the patient and surgeon with less complications through decades-long experience. If you insist for whatever the reason may be, you will need 2 incisions under general anesthesia / IV sedation, and most of surgeon would hesitate to do it. More on vasectomy? Go to http://formefirst. Com/Aboutvasectomy. Htm. Best wish... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any other type of surgery within the scrotum sac other than a vasectomy and if so what would that be?
My boyfriend had a vasectomy 8 years ago and he had complained on and off about painful lumps in his scrotum. Should he go to the dr?
See A Urologist: He must see a urologist as soon as possible. ...Read more
Had vasectomy a week ago, everything fine until 2 days ago when I started feeling localized pain above my scrotum near my groin. Cause for concern?
Rare: This is a rare complication <1%. Can be sudden and painful occuring in the first few days. You get +++swelling. Many urologists will suggest surgical drainage to speed up recovery, but waiting for your body to absorb the blood is an option too... Though you might get frustrated with this. Take it easy and use ice for the first few days after vasectomy to decrease the risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have fungi on my scrotum so I scrub my scrotum a lot and hard, can I get vasectomy if I scrub my scortum hard?
There is no: Need to repeatedly scrub your scrotum that hard. It has nothing to do with a vasectomy. ...Read more
I had a vasectomy on Friday evening, I walked around for about an hour or so today, my scrotum has now swollen up, is this normal? Many thanks
Here are some...: The degree of bruise and swelling reflect personal nature of tissue reaction and professional proficiency. In general, post-surgical effect after uneventful vasectomy should maximize in 2-3 days; afterward, it should fade slowly. As long as following such a common path of evolution & resolution, time & patience are the "best medicine" to apply. More? Ask surgeon. ...Read more
Fistula between spermatic cord and scrotum is possible via vasectomy only? Can it develop in normal men? Is it easy to develop?
Unclear?: Spermatic cord encompasses vas deferens & its related blood vessels, nerve, muscles, & soft tissues and emerges from abdomen through internal inguinal ring & canal out of external inguinal ring into the scrotum. The only clinical event of leaking after vasectomy is its incomplete sealed-off leading to sperm granuloma and reconnection, but still well encapsulated as a nodule with variable pain... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm getting a vasectomy. Is the anaesthetic injected into my scrotum very painful? Can I insist on general anaesthetic? Can long term pain result? Thx
I have a pin rose drain in the right inguinal pelvic region and the lower right scrotum after a complication from a second vasectomy...it is back..
Clarify: Please clarify the question so we can better help you! ...Read more
Scrotal hematoma? S/P vasectomy 11th day. How large is to large and when should I be worried. Right now it's about the size of a pecan there is no pa
I have a scrotal hematoma after vasectomy what's the best treatment doesn't hurt just uncomfortable was done on the 14 when can I take anti inflammato?
Here are some...: The most reasonable course of care at this time after vasectomy is leaving it alone as long as getting better in pain and hardness week by week. Meanwhile applying scrotal support in standing and elevating scrotum in lying position so to ease discomfort and enhance subsiding swelling. More? Ask your doctor timely. ...Read more
I had a vasectomy last Thursday and have developed a scrotal hematoma. I have been experiencing upper abdominal pain and diarrhea. From procedure?
WHY?: Why are you on the internet? You need to be at the clinic or at the Dr NOW. Have you called the Dr who did the procedure? ...Read more
See below: Having a vasectomy has no effect one way or the other re: getting a cold. Avoid touching your nose or mouth. Wash hands or use hand sanitizer frequently and before touching nose or mouth. Avoid being close to or having contact with persons who are sick with a cold. Avoid large crowds. Stay well nourished, in good shape and generally healthy (do not smoke/ do not drink to excess/get enough sleep. ...Read more
I recently had a vasectomy and after I was icing my genitalia and a few days after the skin on tip of penis started pealing leaving extreme pain, raw?
Frostbite vs. Drugs:
If, when you iced your scrotum, you accidentally allowed the head of the penis to come directly in contact with the ice, you may have caused a 1st degree "burn". This would, like a sunburn, lead to peeling and rawness.
However, sometimes when you are on new meds you can have a reaction that can cause skin peeling, though usually not so specific. Apply antibiotic ointment; urologist if not better. ...Read more
Yes. ..: Darker color on scrotal skin is normal because genital area is sex hormonal sensitive so its color undergoes its natural change from childhood to puberty/adolescence to adulthood just like similar change in female genital region and areola of breasts throughout life and during pregnancy. So, what you noticed is normal. If still in doubt, ask Doc timely. ...Read more
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