Conditions with symptom: 'torsion'
Hi I'm a 27 y o male and when i was 14 i had testicular torsion and as a result the affected testicle had to be removed. I am just wondering if I'll still be able to father a child one day? Can someone please help me?
Please help my partner had a testical torsion operation 3 weeks and he has rested and followed doctors orders and medication regine but now as the stiches start to disolve it has left a visible whole in his scrotem he has no soreness or pain or no bleedingo
Severe scrotum swelling after surgery for testicular torsion, enlarged over 2x the size. Urologist informed me it was just hematoma, and would settle. Was wondering if they will go back to the original size prior to the surgery? And how long this could actually take.
i had testicular torsion a couple of years back. Sometimes I have seriously painful aches in one of my balls and it swells slightly, making it hard to walk and impossible to exercise. I think this is due to boxers being too tight? should i be worried or just stick to lose fitting boxers? is it worth seeing a doctor?
my son had operation for torsion of the testicle 6 weeks ago and recovered well. since he had a check-up with specialist last week he has been in pain in the same testicle - not as bad as when it was twisted but a continuous ache that is pretty sore all the time. we returned to specialist last night who scanned him and could not find anything wrong but has given him antibiotics anyway. is this normal?
I had a operation for torsion of my right testicle 11 days ago when I went to clean myself the other day I noticed that my left testicle is bigger than my right it also seems heavier and hangs lower in my scrotum below my left testicle it feels as if there is a small lump size of a pea maybe a bit bigger and the front I my testicle feels slightly swollen could this be any thing caused by my op? If not any answers please?
it could be infecitison from the op it nothing to worry about see doctor anti baotics should clear it up
I recently had a orchidectomy performed on both of my testicles as i had a testicular torsion in my right testicle. After a month i am complaining of a sensitive perianal area including my left testes and also my anus, it became worse after an intensive weight-lifting workout. My anus feels painful and swollen. My GP thinks its acute prostatitis but i have no urinary retention or infection, but insisted i take a broad spectrum antibiotic to treat it. The pain is spreading towards my left back area and my groin with no swollen areas. Im beginning to doubt the diagnosis and i think its simple external piles. Can you help please? Male 25
The line under my penis, the Penile Raphe, I believe it's called is curved. It starts of pretty straight before it begins to curve off to the left (from above). It then turns back to the correct place, below the meatus. Bare in mind this curve doesn't cause me any problems and is not too 'extreme'. I also don't have any rotation or torsion of the actual head of the penis. My penis is a good size, has no bends or anything and has a good amount of foreskin. But this curvy raphe is making me very self conscious. I've read lots of articles on the internet about this, which have all said that this is a normal occurrence and is nothing to worry about. But I worry about the way it looks, and it makes me worried to have sex in the future. I am 15 now and would really like to sort this problem out, weather it's a mental or physical one. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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