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Is there a lot of pain after testicular biopsy?
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Dr. Simon Kimm
Urology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Not really.
Testicular biopsies should heal with a minimum of pain.
There is very little tugging or manipulation of the spermatic cord, and there is no real chance of a nerve injury. The incision site should heal with few problems. Pains are sent home with a minimum of narcotic medication, if any. If there is a complication, such as wound infection or hematoma, these can cause some discomfort.

In brief: Not really.
Testicular biopsies should heal with a minimum of pain.
There is very little tugging or manipulation of the spermatic cord, and there is no real chance of a nerve injury. The incision site should heal with few problems. Pains are sent home with a minimum of narcotic medication, if any. If there is a complication, such as wound infection or hematoma, these can cause some discomfort.
Dr. Simon Kimm
Dr. Simon Kimm
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