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UNDESCENDED TESTIS
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by SONU - Oct 17th, 2012 8:19 am.
SONU
SONU
Some one in my friend circle had only single right testis since birth and there is no complication seen yet His age is above 40 years everything is normal He never investigate his sperm counts due to a bachelor please let us know about the future risk factor if there is any ?

Is an orchiopexy surgery is necessary ?



re: UNDESCENDED TESTIS by Dr J S Chowhan - Oct 19th, 2012 12:47 pm
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
Dear Sonu

It is necessary to find out where is the another testes. Because the risk of infertility increases with age, most doctors advise treatment for undescended testicle by the time the boy is 1 year old and no later than age 2. Treatment may not reduce the risk for testicular cancer, but it makes the cancer easier for you or your doctor to find if it does develop.

If the testicle can be felt in the groin, orchiopexy will probably be done through a small incision in the groin or assisted by laparoscopy. The laparoscopic surgeon will free the testicle from its location in the abdomen and maneuver it into the scrotum. Children often go home later that day or the next morning.

If the testicle cannot be felt in the groin as occurs in about one out of five boys with a undescended testicle, the testicle may be in the abdomen, or may simply be absent. Further exploration and diagnostic laparoscopy is necessary to make sure a testicle is not left in the abdomen in order to permit the testicle to function properly and to reduce the risk of cancer developing undetected in that testicle.

So in our opinion you should not afraid of surgery. You can consult any nearby good surgeon or you can opt to come to World Laparoscopy Hospital.

With regards
J. S. Chowhan
re: UNDESCENDED TESTIS by Pronchilta - Dec 17th, 2012 11:24 am
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Pronchilta
Pronchilta
I can totally idnietfy with wanting things to be black and white. Unfortunately I am not the more organized person, and my life is not run according to a plan, but I do feel better when expectations are crystal clear. For me one of the hardest, and yet most liberating parts of this journey was letting go of the "how" we build our family, and refocusing on the outcome of "having" a family. I also have to chime in and say that one of the things I am strangely grateful for is the fact that our infertility is so black and white. My husband simply does not produce sperm. While it is a pretty shitty diagnosis, I've always appreciated that it fit into a nice little box of a diagnosis. I don't say this to cause you envy, but to agree with you that your envy is justifiable. Ironically, it is not a diagnosis that I share openly when people ask - more often than not they just get a vague convoluted answer.Regardless of how you get there, I know that you are going to be a wonderful mother someday. I too want you to find the baby that is waiting to come into your home.
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