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Testicle torsion, swelling, irregularity in testicle, scan showed dead testicle, advised surgery. Is it necessary?

sir,i was effected by testicle torsion about six months back. I went to check up doctor said that its just swelling and gave me medicine.i suffered from heavy pain about ten days and later i was normal.Later due to some irregularity in testicle went for a scan then he was shocked as it is not working.Then doctor said its dead testicle. But he said whenever u are free remove it through surgery. Is it compulsary to remove it. Does it effect me during work?Until now i didnt face trouble.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
As your testis is not working you should remove it from your body to prevent possible complication.
Any dead tissue in body creates its effect.
This is not an emergency but you should remove it as early as possible.
Answered: Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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