how rare is it to have hypospadias and cryptorchidism together?
what are the odds of being born with this?? is this rare or common ?
i was born with 3rd degree hypospadias and cryptorchidism together how common or rare is this?
would this mean im a hermaphrodite/intersex Male Pseudohermaphrodite ?
hypospadias occurs in about 1/200 male births. about 5% of people with hypospadias also have crypto orchidism.
sometimes this is just bad luck, sometimes it's due to a medical problem like congenital adrenal hyperplasia or other diseases that cause hermaphrodites. (+ info
does bilateral cryptorchidism give you hyper or hypoactive sex drive?
I know they have early puberty
for me it did (+ info
Is cryptorchidism curable at about 40 years old and more ?
One of my testis is small as with a diamator of about one cm
the other has a diameter about 3 cm .Is this cryptorchidism?
yes nearly (+ info
CRYPTORCHIDISM AND FERTILITY?
is there a possibility for an adult patient with uncorected bilateral cryptorchidism to father children without any treatment?
it's difficult to imagine an adult male with that problem, may be from another country, but if he had untreated cryptorchidism then i would think he would certainly be infertile (+ info
what is cryptorchidism,orchiectomy,castration,prostatectomy?
Cryptorchidism is when the testicals fail to descend from the abdomen into the scrotum
Orchidectomy is the surgical removal of one or both of the testicals (+ info
Does the % of sperm that are fertile decline over the years?
My fiance was born with Cryptorchidism (one testicle didnt descend, and was surgically corrected at 2 years of age) , he hasn't gotten tested but from my research it looks as if he will have problems with his fertility etc. We can't afford to try for a baby atm however. If he has an already low percentage atm, will that decline over 5-7 years?
Sperm count/fertility does go down as the years go by. But you don't really have to worry about anything until he's close to 50. I'm guessing he's closer to 20 or 30, so don't worry about it at this point. (+ info
I was born with Cryptorchidism. (One testicle didn't descend)?
I had surgery when i was about 2 years of age. Does that mean i can't have kids.?
My brother in law's dog had that. Ha!!
I think you can still father children though. (+ info
is cryptorchidism in human being really turns to malignant? cause? cure? im afraid!!!?
OK, first calm down. Cryptorchidism occurs from an undescended testicle. This testicle remains in the abdominal cavity (this is where they develop when you are in your mothers womb). Testicles usually descend into the scrotum before birth or soon thereafter.
I really suggest that you speak to your Urologist about your concerns. I'm not going to go into details online, for a few reasons. If you have had an undescended testicle, or have any fears from having had one, go and chat with your urologist. It's THE best place to get real FACTS and treatment options. Don't ignore it. (+ info
what is the syndrome that can be associated with a dilated lateral ventricles and high riding third ventricle?
i want a syndrome which is associated with cryptorchidism, hypertelorism agenesis of the corpus callosum, dilated lateral ventricles nd high riding third ventricle and the forth ventricle is opened into a retrocerebellar space and also there is mild dilatation of the renal pelvis. there is also hypoplastic nipples and small posterior cleft palate with a membranous covering,all the fontanelles are wide and the sutures are seperated, there is also choanal atresia and the childs immunity is poor that he developed a methicillin resistance staphylococcus strain infection.
How about malnutrition? (+ info
Which is a condition of the male sex gland surrounding the urethra just under the urinary?
A. Cryptorchidism C. Benign prostatic hyperplasia
B. Hypogonadism D. Bulbourethritis
B is the correct answer.
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