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Tinglely feeling in testicles when using laptop

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 22, 2010
  • 10:05 PM

Hi,

I regularly sit on my sofa with a laptop on my legs. Recently I've noticed that almost immediatley I get a tinglely-fizzy-like feeling in my testicles when the laptop is on. I first assumed it was because my legs are close together or crossed, but even when i sit with my legs slightly apart i still get that sensation.

Last week I was working with another laptop and i got the same feeling. I only realised it could be linked when i ended up sat with the laptop switched off yesterday and the feeling went away.

I'm worried that the laptop might be sending radio-active waves (or something like that) to my testicles and doing damage.

Is it worth me looking into this in more detail.

Unsure if this helps but I'm 35 yrs old with no previous history of issues within this area

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  • Hi,I regularly sit on my sofa with a laptop on my legs. Recently I've noticed that almost immediatley I get a tinglely-fizzy-like feeling in my testicles when the laptop is on. I first assumed it was because my legs are close together or crossed, but even when i sit with my legs slightly apart i still get that sensation.Last week I was working with another laptop and i got the same feeling. I only realised it could be linked when i ended up sat with the laptop switched off yesterday and the feeling went away.I'm worried that the laptop might be sending radio-active waves (or something like that) to my testicles and doing damage. Is it worth me looking into this in more detail.Unsure if this helps but I'm 35 yrs old with no previous history of issues within this areatyI the laptop connected to the charger when you are using it???I would be more apt to think it is just the Vibrations from maybe a slightly imbalanced fan transferring from the laptop through to you legs and on down. Laptops do not emit ANY radio-active waves, unless it is powered by a nuclear reactor, and that I just can't see =pLaptops DO emit radio wave for wireless networking capabilities, but they are VERY regulated by fcc regulations and by law cannot emit at a level which causes harm or interference, even if malfunctioning. Note, I am not a a doctor, (was an EMT for about 9 yrs), but I am a Network Engineer. I hold quite a few industry related certifications for repairing computer equipment. If it is plugged into a charger when this happens, try it without the charger, and if problem goes away, you would need to address some possible grounding issues, which means you have a small level of voltage (12-30 volts) somehow (broken wire, bad or exposed connection in the charging circuit)conducting into your legs and with the testicles being EXTREMELY sensitive, your tingling/buzzing feeling.Best of luck with this. Feel free to email me if you have questions. Also, let me know what you find out, you peaked my interest in this :)cwatson2141@gmail.com
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