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  • #16
    Yes I have that warm feeling as if I were prodded with a hot poker. It is very distressing, as I use to be very active and now even a gentle jog for less than half a mile will cause a lot of pain next day. I also found this website http://www.dellon.com/news-2/187-tes...er-orchiectomy and wondered if anyone had any luck with the methods described there?

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    • #17
      WatchfulWaiting... Your situation is similar to mine. İ want to ask....
      Do You feel pain at the Side where testicle is removed.?
      Does Your vas deference is still there?
      İf You can reply then i can explain the pain reason. ....

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      • #18
        WatchfulWaiting... Your situation is similar to mine. İ want to ask....
        Do You feel pain at the Side where testicle is removed.?
        Does Your vas deference is still there?
        İf You can reply then i can explain the pain reason

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        • #19
          WatchfulWaiting... Your situation is similar to mine. İ want to ask....
          Do You feel pain at the Side where testicle is removed.?
          Does Your vas deference is still there?
          İf You can reply then i can explain the pain reason

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          • #20
            Hi guys, returning back after 4+ years. The pain is still there. The patchouli oil seems to have been placebo at best. There really hasn't been a major and permanent fix for me.

            I've been to numerous doctors, specialists. No luck. And now due to covid, my research is on hold.

            Someday I hope I can find relief. I'm in my 30s—happy, healthy, and thankful to be alive. But I'm not ready to just throw in the towel and accept that there's no fix for this nerve damage.

            I hope you're all healthy and well too.

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            • #21
              Thanks for the update Papa, sorry this hasn't improved for you with time. I guess the less common problems just don't get much attention...
              Jan, 1975: Right I/O, followed by RPLND
              Dec, 2009: Left I/O, followed by 3xBEP

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