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undescended testicles?

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  • Posted By: yuliya32
  • May 22, 2008
  • 04:03 PM

My husband is 30 years old and has only one testicle, we are assuming that the other one is undescended. He has pain in his abdomin when lifting thing and durning sex sometimes. once in a while he has blood in his urine after he get the pain. He dosen't ever remember going to the doctor as a child about this condition and as far as he can remember this is the way his testicals have always been. he is very embarrased about this and doesn't want to see the doctor because of it. Can any one tell me anything about this condition, and if he needs to see a doctor, or if this is something that he dosen't need to worry about.

Thanks so much for the help.
Yuliya

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  • Sounds like a hernia.He needs to talk to the doctor asap about the testicle.
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  • My husband is 30 years old and has only one testicle, we are assuming that the other one is undescended. He has pain in his abdomin when lifting thing and durning sex sometimes. once in a while he has blood in his urine after he get the pain. He dosen't ever remember going to the doctor as a child about this condition and as far as he can remember this is the way his testicals have always been. he is very embarrased about this and doesn't want to see the doctor because of it. Can any one tell me anything about this condition, and if he needs to see a doctor, or if this is something that he dosen't need to worry about. Thanks so much for the help.Yuliya I had to have an operation to anchor my left tactical when I was 13/14, it used to look and feel normal, like the right one, when I was soaking in the bath, but as soon as my outside body temp returned to normal (after the bath) the tactical would ascend like it was on elastic or something. Yes, it was very painful and I had to have the surgery to correct it BUT after the op I was told they had to remove it because it had not developed properly. I would definitely tell your husband to have it corrected, even if it means he may have to live with the fact that he will only have one. Better to have one healthy than live with pain, and if the other tactical is healthy - no problem - they should not remove it. Btw, not important, but in case you might be wondering, I have two adult children and I'm gonna be a granddad for the second time next May.
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    • November 17, 2008
    • 10:18 PM
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