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I no longer have a right testicle.

Originally Posted by joe_smith
Just wondering, I might have missed it, was this a PE related injury or just some random stroke of bad luck?

Yeah, I wonder this too. Could PE have had anything to do with this event?

And whether it did or not, what is the usual cause of this injury? Or is it totally random? (In the mean time I am googling it…)

Sorry to hear about this shitty experience. :( Can they put an implant in place so it looks the same? And I’ll say this, while you may want to hold off on the PE for a bit, you have a great can-do attitude! :)


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What Is Testicular Torsion?

Within the scrotum, the testicles are secured at either end by a structure called the spermatic cord. Sometimes, this cord gets twisted around a testicle, cutting off the blood supply to the testicle. Symptoms of testicular torsion include sudden and severe pain, enlargement of the affected testicle, tenderness, and swelling.

This condition, which occurs most often in young males less than 25 years of age, can result from an injury to the testicles or from strenuous activity. It also can occur for no apparent reason.

How Is Testicular Torsion Treated?

Testicular torsion requires immediate medical attention. Treatment usually involves correction of the problem through surgery. Testicular function may be saved if the condition is diagnosed and corrected immediately. If the blood supply to the testicle is cut off for a long period of time, the testicle can become permanently damaged and may need to be removed.

http://www.webmd.com/content/article/46/2953_508.htm


Horny Bastard

No questions about it… I’d sue the doctor(s) that looked at you and the hospital.


JAPP

Observe... learn from other people's mistakes.

JAPP and I agree (which almost never happens).

Hire a good lawyer.

And forget about PE until after Thanksgiving.

Seriously.


Before: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you'll have to move real close.

After: I\'d like to show you something I\'m very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.

God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (:

Originally Posted by joe_smith
Just wondering, I might have missed it, was this a PE related injury or just some random stroke of bad luck?

This was not in any way related to PE because I was not following any type of routine while this happened. About 8-10 months ago I was following a newbie routine, but I stopped mostly because of college and privacy and finding time. So the last time I PE’d was 8 months ago before the torsion.

Originally Posted by Mr. Happy
DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT PE RIGHT NOW.

Your situation is beyond unforgiveabl. I hope you sue the shit out of that doctor and that hospital.

I think you really need to listen to us: the situation is you have had surgery. The last thing you need to worry about is jelqing.

Two to three months rest is what your body needs to fully recover. The 4 week recommendation is way too early.

Mravg is right, why not see if your erectile function comes back to normal first?

Three months is a short time in the PE universe, but it might be just the time you need as far as recovery.

I will be suing, but like I said, I need my medical records in order to do so. Trust me, we have a lot of our friends that our doctors at that hospital that are backing us 100% of the way.

I would also like to add that my erections are fully functional and I’m healthy enough for sexual activity. I have morning wood, random erections, and I can masterbate normally.

Originally Posted by commanderblop
Yeah, I wonder this too. Could PE have had anything to do with this event?

And whether it did or not, what is the usual cause of this injury? Or is it totally random? (In the mean time I am googling it.)

Sorry to hear about this shitty experience. :( Can they put an implant in place so it looks the same? And I’ll say this, while you may want to hold off on the PE for a bit, you have a great can-do attitude! :)

The reason they explained as to why it happened to me is because a.) it became so inflamed and heavy (which, it was VERY heavy) that it was almost inevitable to be torsed b.) some people are genetically predisposed to getting torsions are have a much higher risk or c.) a combination of both a and b.

I’m going to wait at least a month before doing any PE. Also, keep in mind that they didn’t go anywhere near my ligaments. Right now I gave a small pull to see if things were any different with the “dull pain” when I stretch to the left, and I was suprised at how much better it feels. I’m not going to rush this and I will defintely be waiting at least a month or more.


Pre-PE: EBP: 5.50'; EG: 4.25'

Short-Term Goal: EBP: 6.00'; EG: 4.50

Total Gains: EBP: +.25 EG: +.25

Can they put an implant in?


My Before and After pics -- .5" gain...

Originally Posted by commanderblop
Can they put an implant in?

Yes, they can. From what I’ve researched, it is perfectly safe and it is meant to improve ones quality of life. I’m actually thinking of possibly doing this since it may be awkward in certain situations. I’m sure if I was married and had a wife, she would understand what happened and wouldn’t care but hey, I’m in college and lets face it, I’m a horny college guy and I don’t need a girl being freaked out because I have one testicle.

Has anyone here on this board had a prosthetic testicle put in? If so, can you describe what they did, what was implanted, recovery time, and most importantly, was it worth it?


Pre-PE: EBP: 5.50'; EG: 4.25'

Short-Term Goal: EBP: 6.00'; EG: 4.50

Total Gains: EBP: +.25 EG: +.25

Good news.I gave another small pull and my right ligament has no pain whatsoever. I’m still going to wait before starting a PE routine.

Also, I’m getting my medical records tomorrow.


Pre-PE: EBP: 5.50'; EG: 4.25'

Short-Term Goal: EBP: 6.00'; EG: 4.50

Total Gains: EBP: +.25 EG: +.25

Dude.

Your handle is Patience, right? Exercise some.

PE can certainly wait. Heal.

It’s just a couple of months.


Before: I'd like to show you something I'm very proud of, but you'll have to move real close.

After: I\'d like to show you something I\'m very proud of, but you guys in the front row will have to stand back.

God gave men both a penis and a brain, but unfortunately not enough blood supply to run both at the same time. - Robin Williams (:

I’d stay off the equipment for now.

As for the doctor, sue his/her ass. Take them to the cleaners. The medical industry can’t be allowed to get away with things like these.

WOW MY GOD, I’m really sorry for you,

Go sue your doctor and his hospital, for god sake do not make any PE exercises !

Originally Posted by Patience825
Has anyone here on this board had a prosthetic testicle put in? If so, can you describe what they did, what was implanted, recovery time, and most importantly, was it worth it?

I hear its great for party tricks. You can take bets as to who can clamp their nut with a battery charger clamp, or hit it with a hammer… etc. A great potential money maker!


Horny Bastard

>Yes, they can. From what I’ve researched, it is perfectly safe and it is meant to improve ones quality of life.

I don’t remember how I veered off on the tangent, but a few years ago I spent some time researching replacement balls. IIRC, they weren’t medically approved in the U.S. Maybe I’m not remembering correctly or things have changed.

In your situation I’d want an implant. If it doesn’t work out for whatever reason removing it shouldn’t be a big hassle.

Shit - I feel so bad for you :(

However I would wait for a while to heal before getting back. I had hernia surgery last year (July) have not

Done or been able to do any PE since then.

I’m sorry to hear you lost your right testicle. That really sucks! However, I have had a similar thing happen to me and I did go with an implant. I’ve had it over twenty years now and it still amazes even doctors that it is not the real thing. The surgery was done as an out patient and I was up and about in a day or so. No PE back then as I do now. A good urologist is key, I believe, in making you feel good about the procedure. Best of luck to you!

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