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Thick Cord connected to testicles - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   hello doctor
User :   I have had a inguinal hernia surgery(as previously there was a bulge in my left scrotum,diagonised as hernia)
2weeks before and after 3 days of the surgery i felt something like a thick tube or cord inside my left scrotum
connected to the testicle and going into my body........i consulted the surgeon and he told me that the spermatic cord
or something had become fibrous and it is nothing to worry about and will dissapear in 3 months............
i am still worried, what do you say doctor is it common or something serious
Doctor :   It is very common
Doctor :   and nothing serious
Doctor :   it is rightly said by yoiur doctor
User :   ok, what was the reason for it
Doctor :   Spermatic cord is normal anatomy
User :   even the fibrous nature
Doctor :   Fibrous nature is also normal
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User :   ok then doctor thank you for your time
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