Testicular Position Is Not Symmetrical After Orchitis?
hello so this is it. a month ago (more or less) I had orchitis. I’ve been treated for all kinds of things and have recovered now. now the problem is whether it’s normal for (sorry) my right testicle to go down while my left testicle is rich so it doesn’t want to go down, is that normal? And when things are loosely hanging around the scrotum and my right testicle, they hang down, now while the left one sticks like it doesn’t want to go down and underneath is something hanging like fat or something chewy. (I have experienced this after I recovered from orchitis, more or less a month) Thank you.
The asymmetrical position of the testicles does not always mean a health problem, some men who have never experienced orchitis can experience this, where the location of the testicles is much higher, one of them, but this does not disturb the person's reproductive system. . Especially if the differences in the position of the testes are not accompanied by pain, pain during urination or bowel movements, no pus coming out of the penis, and urine is not mixed with blood or pus then you are expected not to worry
From the medical history Redy is known to have experienced orchitis, in which orchtis itself has a risk of causing testicular atrophy (testicular size is shrinking), scototum abscess (testicular sac filled with pus), decreased production of the hormone testosterone, and even infertility. But that does not mean that all people who have orchitis must experience these complications, yes.
What has been experienced by Redy must be examined first, because it is difficult to determine whether the testicular dissatisfaction that Redy experienced is still classified as a natural or is the impact of orchids that have happened before. Doctors need information that can be used as a material consideration through physical examination, urine examination, blood tests, imaging (ultrasound, radiology) and other examinations.
Such information is like a puzzle game which will complement each other to give a clear and broad picture of your health, so it will be difficult to interpret your health condition from just one piece of information, so check yourself back to nearest urologist.
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