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husbands testicals disappear into his stomach?

After Having sex my husbands testicals disappear into his stomach . This causes his alot of pain and really has me worried what causes this and what can be done to fix it?
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replied April 10th, 2011
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replied June 11th, 2014
Welcome to e health forum.

The information here is given, based on the limited medical information, and due to the lack of physical examination and complete medical history, this may not be regarded as legal medical advice.

As per the description, it is possible that your husband, could have a incompletely descended testicle, which is just hanging within the testicular sac. In such conditions, the testicle can be pulled into the abdominal cavity, via the Vas deferans (the tube which connects the testicles to the urinary system). The laxity or weakness in the abdominal fascia guarding the inguinal canal can be a contributory factor in this issue.

Surgically, in lay terms, this is a reverse form of inguinal hernia, per se.

If the condition causes severe and intolerable symptoms, it may require a evaluation by a doctor, and surgical treatment to fix the weakness in the inguinal canal and also to fix the incomplete descent of the affected testicle.

Hence it would be recommended , that you consult with your doctor, who can examine you and provide specific medical advice.

I hope this helps.
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