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What Can Be Expected After Treatment For Testicular Torsion
The picture of acute one-way course of full-blown testicular torsion has been the most common description in textbook. But any man with intermittent testicular pain of acute onset with highly variable intensity, duration, ; interval for months to years (even up to 10-15 yrs) with nausea ; referring pain in the groin deserves an urgent assessment for intermittent ...Read more
I had my testicular torsion (left 1)opperation 1.5 years ago it was saved well in time but now i feel its shrinking can this happen after this long ?
Yes,...: Intraoperative decision to save or fix testis is not always accurate, largely based on surgeon's experience and judgment. A partially damaged testis but saved may take time to resolve and heal resulting in atrophic testis in a later day as described. So, the described scenario does happen. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Unclear, but...: Real reason is unclear, but fact/experience tells it occurs in men with inborn poor fixation to the sac so to form so-called bell-clapper deformity of testis. While its peak age around 15-19, it may occur at any age. Based the timing of its occurrence, it has been construed that hyperactivity of cremasteric muscles of spermatic cord may be prone to incite its twisting. ...Read more
After testicular torsion surgery, will the testicular still be able to move about? Will there it feel any different after surgery?
Just fine. Still...: After healed orchiopexy (fix) or orchiectomy (removal), usually, you will not feel any difference, but personal wide difference in anxiety, expectation, and pain threshold makes postoperative pain and ache varying highly. But the the fixed testis still can move about like a normal one but no more self-twisting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very little time.: If pain persists after manual testicular detorsion you must be concerned that spermatic cord has not been completely untwisted. Possible to get some relief after partial detorsion when cord is still 180 degrees twisted. Testicular pain should be much relieved by the time the anesthetic has worn off after surgical detorsion, and pain gone within a 2 - 3 days. Will be tender for a few more days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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