I have had an ultra soound test done: advice was basically "Leave well enough alone and no need (as yet) for conceren"
My question is "Is it likey that celibacy has induced or helped to 'build up' an accumulation of sperm and would therefore ejaculation help to alleviate such an abnormal (cyst) accumulation?"
In other words "Does non-ejaculation or avoidance of ejaculatioon (for whatever reason) make it more likey to develop, and increase the size of a testicular cyst over time?".
How are you? What are the symptoms present? Testicular cysts may be attributed to a variety of issues such as spermatocele, epididymitis, orchitis or inflammation of the testicle, hydrocele, varicocele, or hernia. Epididymitis or inflammation of the epididymis which stores and transports sperm may be caused by infection or abnormal flow of urine into the epididymis. Avoidance of ejaculation may be a factor but not necessarily the cause of the cyst. Take care and best regards.
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