Testicular Prosthesis

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Although doctors don’t recommend most of the time, the replacement of a testis with a testicular prosthesis just after it is removed during testicular tumor surgery, in other words, implantation of a testicular prosthesis is extremely convenient for the patients to deal with the psychological conditions of the tumor.

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Frequently Asked Questions

They are prostheses made of silicone material and similar to natural testes (real, anatomical testes) implanted in scrotum if one or both testes are removed.

All patients who have lost their testes in a way can be implanted if they demand it. There are some patients with congenital lack of testes. There are some patients whose testes have been removed because of cancer or other reasons. Testicular prosthesis is possible for all these patients.

It is not recommended for children age group (development age) because testicular development continues in the same rhythm. The reason is that there can be a difference in the sizes of testes in the future.

The patient is seen preoperatively. The size of the testis available is measured. Similar size of prosthesis is ordered. Surgery can be performed by local anesthesia. The operation time is approximately 30 min. The patient can be discharged.

No. Infection rate is less than one percent.

Yes, it will. Testicular prostheses are extremely durable and are made of the most suitable materials for human anatomy and physiology.

Yes, it is. Sometimes, even your partner cannot recognize it. This is achieved by means of its soft silicone structure.

Testicular prostheses do not function. It just gives the impression that there is testis in the scrotum. In adolescence and later, a number of patients cannot tolerate the loss of an organ and experience anxiety. Prosthesis increases the patient’s self-confidence.