I no longer have a right testicle.
I did PE a few months ago and gained about .25 in in girth and length, but then I stopped for various reasons. I was going to start up again with a newbie routine until this came along..
Well, about two and a half weeks ago, I noticed one night that my right testicle had become slightly larger and was quite hard. The next day, I went to urgent care and had them examine my testicle (one doctor and and resident poking my balls and using a flashlight to shine light on my sac.strange experience) and then I had an ultrasound done on my right testicle and my appendix (because I had a lot of pain there). They gave me Vicodine and told me to see a urologist, which I scheduled an appointment asap. Luckily, my college starts in late September and I have plenty of time until it starts. Also, my dad has connections within the hospital I went to so we were able to get an appointment two days after I went to urgent care. The urologist looked at the ultrasound and diagnosed the swelling as a hydrocele (fluid build up). He said I was in pain because there was an infection and that the swelling should go down with antibiotics. I took the antibiotics for two days and instead of getting better, things got exponentially worse. My right testicle became four times it’s regular size (no exaggeration, this thing was bigger than an egg) and I had to spread my legs to walk. I went to the emergency room with immense pain, waited for FOUR hours, finally got admitted and was put on an IV, was told that I would need surgery, AND WAS SENT HOME..
You would think that because I need surgery and I’m a grown man almost in tears, I would have been admitted there and then to get the surgery. Nope. Sent home. I’ll come back to this.
The next day, after being sent home, I couldn’t walk and was forced to lay down all day and take a lot of vicodine to take the burning edge off of the pain. The swelling got worse, and I was seriously having images of my testicle exploding. Finally, I couldn’t stand it anymore and we made calls to every doctor friend we know. About two hours later (thank GOD we know people) of calling family doctor friends, one of our friends was able to get me admitted (what would someone do in my situation if we didn’t know any doctors? Wait a week until they’re admitted?) . When I got to the hospital I got another IV put into me and another ultrasound was done. If you’ll remember, I had an ultrasound done 5 days prior to this ultrasound. I was looking at the monitor with one of the doctors who was going to operate on me along with the ultrasound tech. He showed my left testicle was alive and well, but unfortunately my right was everything but alive. The ultrasound I had done prior to this one showed healthy blood flow and a healthy testicle with a hydrocele. The second ultrasound showed no blood flow whatsoever with a large hydrocele and a testicular torsion (a torsion is when your testicle twists, loses blood, and dies in four hours). I saw my left testicle with blue and red colors (red showing blood going in, blue showing blood going out) and my right testicle with nothing but blue all over it, meaning only blood was going away. I felt like throwing up because he said it only can be like that for four hours and it’s non-reparable. They got me into surgery, I woke up, and my doctor said the testicle was completely black and they removed it. If I had gotten in sooner, then there would have been a possible chance that they could have either a.) removed the hydrocele/infection before it became tors-ed or b.) once it was torsed, repaired it before it was too late. I HAD THAT CHANCE. When I went to the ER, they sent me home instead of giving me surgery. All of our doctor friends who helped with this situation said they should have and by policy, needed to get me into surgery. It may have been too late even then, but there is a possibility that I would still have two balls for pity sakes..
I have all of the reproductive function I have always have (I checked, multiple times, and I still have the same cum load oddly enough) and can still have kids, I just have one testicle. Which sucks..
Once again I’m thinking of trying PE and starting up a newbie routine, but I have run into a slight problem. I had the surgery about a week and a half ago, and right now, if I pull my penis to the left for a regular manual stretch, I have a dull pain. I have stretched before (before the surgery) and have never had this before. I am about a week and a half out of surgery, and I had some minor pains in my groin (expected post op).
<B>After giving this long explanation of my situation, my question is this:</b> If I wait about a week or so more (making it about 2-3 weeks after surgery) and I begin stretching with low intensity with jelqs in a basic newbie routine, would it be safe as long as there is no pain? If there is still pain, is my pain likely to go away? They didn’t operate where my ligaments are, they only operated on my right testicle so it would make sense to me if the pain did indeed go away.any input would be gratefully appreciated.
This may be in the wrong forum, but I’m a newbie and I believe I can’t post anywhere else.
Pre-PE: EBP: 5.50'; EG: 4.25'
Short-Term Goal: EBP: 6.00'; EG: 4.50
Total Gains: EBP: +.25 EG: +.25