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I've had 3 spermatocele surgeries in the past 4 years. I now have 3 new spermatoceles as detected by ultra sound, the biggest of the 3 being a little smaller than the testicle but enlarging. My first one grew to the size of an orange. I'm tired of being cut and the urologist has indicated that I'm at increased risk of losing the testicle due to the multiple surgeries. I've read where roughly 35% of men get hydroceles/spermatoceles after vasectomy, not all being clinical.
My question: Would a vasectomy reversal be a remedy for stopping spermatocele growth?
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