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Surgery of testicular torsion done, testicle removed, silicon prosthesis inserted, pain and burning penis. What to do?

i have a surgery of testicular torsion on 1 st feb.2012. right testicle is removed and a silicon prosthesis is inserted there. now, after ejaculation i am feeling a mild pain and burning in penis. although urine c/s report is normal with no bacteria. am i need any other tests? what should i do? give me some precosions after the surgery. am a ejaculate now?
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query,based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have pain in pain and burning in penis after ejaculation.

You have undergone surgery of Orchidectomy for torsion of testis and a silicon prosthesis has been implanted in your scrotal sac.

This is in no way related to your pain in penis.

During erection and ejaculation blood flow to the penis is increased to 20 times more than normal blood flow resulting in to congestion of entire penis and urethra The pain that you have is due to congestion of the penis and there is nothing to be worried about .

Drink more water so that this congestion will subside with passing urine after ejaculation.


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