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Testicle not working, reduced sex drive, decreased blood flow to testicle. Could this be because of smoking?

hi, i dont know why but i dont feel my right tsticle to be working , i mean as a result i dont get that many sex drives now as i use to earlier, but earlier it use to be fine , i can feel that ther is a decreased blood flow in my right testicle but i dont know how to fix it , can u suggest me something ,and could this be because of smoking
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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Hi'\Welcome to Hcm,
first of all,smoking is always injurious to health and besides lung cancer and coronary diseases known to affect arteries in lower limbs leading to ischaemic limbs .
In that way may be you are right blaming the smoking .
It seems you are too worried . It is advisable to consult surgeon and get a check up and discuss yous problem .
It is unlikely that you are having less sex drive for one testis poor function.
It is not possible to measure blood flow by palpation only unless there is gross arterial supply deficiency or venous problem .
too much worry also diminish sex drive .
it is better to go for a consultation and get the tests done and get proper treatment if at all needed .
Answered: Sat, 18 May 2013
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