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When I was 9 years old, I had emergency surgery due to testicular torsion. My testicle was saved. Does this mean that I am still fertile, or is it possible that the torsion could have resulted in sterility? The surgery took place nearly 24 hours after the torsion began, and I know this is late for the treatment. I'm 21 now. Thanks for your help!
It is true that sterility and infertility are common side effects of testicular torsion. Since your testicles very saved, so chances of sterility are less. But to confirm the diagnosis, I suggest you to consult a urologist and get an ultrasound testis and color Doppler testis and a semen examination done.
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