Where do the sperms go Inflammation i bitesticle.

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   Posted 7/2/2007 5:20 PM (GMT -6)   
All have went very good with operation. I was dry from day 1. And no real ED problems. But now 8,5 weeks after operation god some sore righ testicle and also swollen a bit. My urologist claims its a inflammation in bitesticle. He diagnosed it thru my nurse and I am on antibiotics now. And its already going down a bit. Anybody has a theory or know why this inflammation comes now? Has it anything to do with the sperms way out are blocked? And to much sperms which stays in the system can cause this or why? If its bacteria where do they come from?




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   Posted 7/3/2007 4:47 AM (GMT -6)   


My physician told me that after a radical prostatectomy in which the vas deferens are removed, the sperm is "ejaculated" into the remaining (short) tubes and there they die and are reabsorbed by the body.

Some celebate priests might enlighten us on the long-term effects of this re-absorbtion.
I suspect there is some conservation of "energy." 

The human body is a culture of bacteria!  It is when any particular bacterium or group of bacteria are allowed to grow exponentially that infections occur. 
Hopefully others here can better advise on this particular type of inflamation.

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   Posted 7/4/2007 3:40 PM (GMT -6)   
I now talked with urolog terapeut and she told I was correct in my assumption about why I got this inflammation. Its usual post op and it depends on that there is no way for the sperms to go so it causes inflammation... Is this going to go on forevere? Not good in this case...

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