Cremaster muscle surgery

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Vincent123
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Cremaster muscle surgery

Post by Vincent123 » Tue Jul 07, 2020 7:09 pm

Hello,
11 months ago I had a surgery to improve an overactive cremaster muscle on my right testicle. During this surgery the cremaster muscle was partially cut so that it doesn't pull the testicle up into the groin anymore.
However it is still a little sensitive and can cause pain during too much stress (eg. during sex).
Is this sensitivity still normal after 11 months after surgery?

SweetBBQ
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Re: Cremaster muscle surgery

Post by SweetBBQ » Wed Jul 08, 2020 1:59 am

I'm not a medical expert but IMHO I would think that after 11 months that surgery should be fully healed. I would like to think that it should have fully healed after a few months? Have you asked a doctor about it? Any follow up appointments? Not trying to make you feel bad about it I'm just concerned.

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Re: Cremaster muscle surgery

Post by Lost Sheep » Thu Jul 09, 2020 12:01 am

Could it be something other than the cremaster muscle? I am thinking the vas deferns or maybe the cremaster developed a scar tissue adhesion to other tissue in your scrotum? Just guessing here.

Does the pain come with ejaculatory contractions or just during sex in general? How about during sex where your core muscles are not involved (e.g. with you on the bottom or during masturbation)?
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Re: Cremaster muscle surgery

Post by Thomas » Thu Jul 09, 2020 11:25 am

Hernia maybe?
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Vincent123
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Re: Cremaster muscle surgery

Post by Vincent123 » Thu Jul 09, 2020 12:44 pm

I think that small nerves were damaged through the incision of the cremaster muscle. Do you think these nerves regenerate with time?

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Re: Cremaster muscle surgery

Post by Bob1974 » Thu Jul 09, 2020 3:33 pm

When I was paralyzed back in 1998(made a 90% recovery) I was told that nerves are very slow to grow back perhaps 1/8th" a year and you could pretty much dismiss it if you didn't regain whatever functionality back after 2 years. Of course some people blow a lot of smoke if you know what I mean.
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