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Testicle Removal Surgery

There can be a number of reasons why testicle removal surgery may be an option for you. If you have been affected by testicular cancer, have issues with your prostate, or you simply want a cosmetic change, then testicle removal surgery is a good option. The removal of the testicles, also called orchiectomy, stops the production of testosterone and is an attractive option for transgender individuals who wish to stop taking testosterone blocking medications.
Testicle Removal

How We Do Testicle Removal Surgery

Testicle removal surgery involves not only the removal of the testicle, but also of the spermatic cord. You may choose to have just one or both testicles removed at once. While you are anaesthetized, Dr. Michael K. Obeng will first make a small incision above your pubic area. The testicle is then pushed up and out through the opening. One the testicle is removed and all blood vessels are sealed, the incision is closed using stiches or staples. The entire process takes approximately one hour.

What Does Testicle Removal Surgery Treat

  • Gender dysphoria
  • Body image issues
  • Prevention of disease

Cost For Testicle Removal Surgery

The costs for testicle removal surgery are largely dependent on the goals of the patient. We can give you an accurate cost estimation for this surgery with Dr. Michael K. Obeng at MiKO Plastic Surgery, Beverly Hills. All you need to do is call us at (310) 275-5705 to schedule your appointment. If you will be joining us from a location outside of the Los Angeles area, then please see our travel section for details on how to book and plan your stay.

Recovery Time For Testicle Removal Surgery

Recovery time for testicle removal surgery takes approximately two to four weeks, during which you may wish to use cold compresses to reduce the swelling. Most normal activities can be resumed at the two to three week point, but any physical activity should be avoided until the healing process has completed.
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