Some pain and swelling is also normal; the doctor will usually prescribe a pain-killing medication to be taken for a few days.
This type of orchiectomy is done primarily to keep the appearance of a normal scrotum.
Another word for orchiectomy is castration
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It is called a radical orchiectomy because the surgeon removes the entire spermatic cord as well as the testicle itself.
Yes, it is quite normal as long as the difference is not extreme. However, if it causes physical discomfort, or pain, or is discoloured, or bruised, you should have it checked by a doctor.
A subcapsular orchiectomy is also performed for treatment of prostate cancer.
Normal results depend on the location and stage of the patient's cancer at the time of surgery.
Well from what i can tell of reading up on this question while it is not terribly painful it can be uncomfortable though often worth the discomfort. from all that i have read about this the patients were under local anesthetic.
Bilateral orchiectomy is the medical term meaning castration.
There are three basic types of orchiectomy: simple, subcapsular, and inguinal (or radical).