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Vas Deferens Problem
My left vas deferens is a little bigger than my right when i inspect it while laying down but when i stand up it becomes even bigger is it a problem?
Not vas deferens: You can't feel the vas deferens as it is a small diameter tube. You may be feeling the epididymis which lies next to the testicle and can vary somewhat in size from one side to the other. Lastly, dilated veins in the scrotum, benign and called a varicocele, can produce a palpable abnormality that varies in size depending on position. All of these are benign. ...Read more
I have Varicocele on the left testes, and mild obstructive changes of the right vas deferens
what is the steps to solve these problems?
Get checked: Varicocele mild obstructive right vas deferens are male factors for infertility, and would require surgical treatment if they were believed to be causing abnormalities of your semen. The surgical treatment may improve the quality of your semen, but it is unclear if or whether it would increase your chances of conceiving. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Why?: There is no advantage to removing more vas than a centimeter. It doesn't make it more successful and can increase complications. ...Read more
Yes: Prior vasectomy is a common reason for such surgery with excellent success rates in many patients. Other causes of blocked vas are rare. Epididymal blockage on the other hand is more common from std's and other infections. Surgery to correct this is possible but much lower success rates can be expected. Subspecialty urology would be the best answer for this type problem. ...Read more
No: Vas is nowhere near.Get a more detailed answer ›
Fertility: Performed to correct blockage of vas deferens, usually following vasectomy, or epididymal duct. Obstruction to permit passage of sperm. Procedure bypasses obstruction, experts at micro-reconstructive urology believe procure has higher success rate for reanastomosis than vasovasostomy vasectomy reversal. ...Read more
Vas deferens is duct: Sperm is produced in the testis, they pass into the vas (1) via the epididymis ; thence to the ejaculatory duct. Most of your semen is produced in the prostate gland (3) ; seminal vesicles (2). Some men are able to ejaculate a second time 15 - 30 minutes after the first. Men tend to produce less semen as they age ; thus take longer before they can ejaculate again. Hope this answers your question. ...Read more
Masturbated and during & after ejaculation, both sides vas deferens swells & tenders when touched. It gets normal after 15 mins. What it could be?
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