Glandular Hernias In The Testes?
I want to ask .. the glands in tertis in the seeds … can be cured with antibiotics … plus I have a hernia …..? what I want to ask, is the surgery done in the gland as well or just on the hernia
Hello Sandy, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The testes (also called the testicles or 'male seeds') are an organ (a gland) that normally is in the scrotum (sac of the testicles) where this organ is important for producing sperm.
While a hernia is a condition in which the occurrence of pressure and sticking of certain organs through weak tissue or muscle walls. In men, this hernia most often occurs in the groin area, or even the organ may have entered into the scrotum sac.
To get rid of a hernia, operative measures are needed where this action aims to restore the position of the organ that presses to its proper place and reinforces the weak tissue where the organ was pressing and sticking out.
Regarding the testicular gland you are asking, if indeed there is no abnormality that is recommended for removal of the testicles, then the gland will be left to keep your sperm production going well. However, if an abnormality occurs, then appropriate therapy will be determined based on the cause of the disorder.
I hope this helps.