Varicocele Bilateral and Hernia Inguinal Bilateral
Hi, I had a varicocele bilateral III and hernia inguinal bilateral surgery One month ago. Almost everything seems evolutionates good but there is a couple of things that are worring to me. My right testicle is very high, I meant it is right now upper than before surgery almost below penis, and it seems biggerand harder before surgery too and I have the area very warm. However I touch this testicle and I don´t feel pain. And the other hand, Left testicle is very very lower before surgery, and I feel smaller before surgey too and tender. I feel very pain in my Left testicle when I touch it. My urologist see me 2 weeks ago and told me I must be patient, this symptoms should be leave slowly, but I feel same symptoms 2 weeks ago. I don't have swelled scrotum. I appreciate your comments and advices, please.
Additionally, I am 30 years old. I wish to know if this symptoms are normal, and if my testicles turn back same position before surgery? Could I have some problems with my spermatic cord and this cause my right testicle is upper before surgery? This can affect my fertility? I'm very worried about this... please help me!
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