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Testicle pain after undergoing avasectomy. Periods delayed, faint positive pregnancy test, heavy bleeding. Reason?

Hi my name is amanda, my husband had avasectomy 3 years ago as we have 5 kids, ever since he had it he has had bad pain in his testicles went to the doctor they said it was fine. he hasnt hasd any follow up checks though . my period was 2 weeks late and it is alwasys on time. i had a faint positive pregnancy test , the next day i bleed heavy like never before, but 4 days on and my breasts are still hurting and my lower belly feels really full like its growing.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
Apr 2014
Thanks for writing to HCM

Since your husband have post vasectomy pain, he needs ultrasound of scrotum.
It can detect the probable causes. Mostly it is due to chronic elevated backpressure in epididymis.This leads to enlargement of epididymis and pain.
Vasectomy doesn't prevents 100% pregnancy. Studies shows 1% failure rate. So you need ultrasound of pelvis, as you have faint positive pregnancy test.Ultrasound is also needed due to heavy bleeding as it can detect the causes.

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Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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