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Done testicular torsion surgery, testicles have gone down in size. on light exercise. When can i start back exercising?

hi i just had testicular torsion surgery about a week and a half ago and my testicles have gone down in size considerably since the surgery i usually work out a fair bit and having to cut back to doing no exercise makes me feel horrible i only do body weight movements such as, Pull ups, Chin ups, Push ups and dips how long do you think it will be till i can start back exercising again
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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It does not sound like that the size of testicle gone down due to exercises. Sometimes during torsion if the torsion lasts longer around 6 hrs, the vascular supply to testicle is compromised. It causes dead testicle and fixing the torsion after that point does not help. The size of testicle shrinks gradually. I would suggest you get it checked by color doppler of testicle to confirm that whether is there any blood supply left or not.
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