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Tips on avoiding testicular torsion surgery? Positioning to untwist?
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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Manual rotation.
Non-surgical correction can sometimes be done by manually rotating the testicle in the opposite direction (outward, towards the thigh).
If this is initially unsuccessful, a forced manual rotation in the other direction may correct it. Manual detorsion is successful in 26.5% to 80% of patients. This is a surgical emergency that needs immediate therapy but with good chance of success.

In brief: Manual rotation.
Non-surgical correction can sometimes be done by manually rotating the testicle in the opposite direction (outward, towards the thigh).
If this is initially unsuccessful, a forced manual rotation in the other direction may correct it. Manual detorsion is successful in 26.5% to 80% of patients. This is a surgical emergency that needs immediate therapy but with good chance of success.
Dr. Joseph Woods
Dr. Joseph Woods
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Dr. James Lin
Urology
In brief: No...
Surgical fix or removal of the twisted testis is mandatory so nothing can be done to avert it.
Be real, face it, move, and live on. Best wish...

In brief: No...
Surgical fix or removal of the twisted testis is mandatory so nothing can be done to avert it.
Be real, face it, move, and live on. Best wish...
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
Thank
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