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I had a inguinal hernia repair (right) its been over 2 months now my stitches have not dissolved so far i'm feeling this problem i realized that my right testicle is numb and i don't feel anything in it i press it gently its completely numb after the surgery it has no feeling neither pain nor anything else while my left testicle is normal so i am worried about it if something went wrong with the spermatic cord that would have damaged that part due to which my testicle is numb i just wanted to make sure is it normal ? if YES how long does it take to become normal ? or is it something serious what should i do about i ? shall i go to my surgeon and discuss this problem with him ?
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