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for the past 6 or so weeks iv had a mild dull aching and mild swelling in my testis ( more so in the left one.) iv had an ultrasound and am still waiting for results, but I’m still worried about one thing.
can I damage anything by ejaculating? its possible I have a spermatocele or some kind of blockage; could I do some damage to any of the tubing (i.e. epydidimis, vas deferens, etc.) by ejaculating, or should I wait till i get the ultrasound report?
A scrotal mass such as a hydrocele may interfere with ejaculation but I do not have a ready answer on whether it may cause damage to the epididymis.The epididymis is a small organ and may be damaged during surgery or infections.
I suggest you discuss your concerns with your urologist.
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