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Old 04-03-2007, 08:03 PM   #1
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Can testicle "malfunction" cause Fainting

I have fainted a few times before, and usually feel that I will pass out everyday.
i had Brain CAT Sacns, MRI/MRAs, EEG, an more.
But I never had my testicles checked, and i think that i have a problem there. Because the right one is hanging lower than left one. and sometimes i feel like something is moving a little in left one, sometimes it feels a bit weird in right one.
Is it possible that this can cause me feel dizzy/lightheaded, faint ?

 
Old 04-04-2007, 02:48 AM   #2
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Re: Can testicle "malfunction" cause Fainting

Well there are a tremendous amount of nerves in your testicles so that might cause fainting.

 
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Old 04-05-2007, 12:44 AM   #3
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Re: Can testicle "malfunction" cause Fainting

I would think it extremely unlikely that your testicles could cause you to faint - fainting is usually to do with lack of blood/oxygen to the brain, but I am not a doctor so cannot tell you this for certain. However I can tell you that it is perfectly normal for your testicles to hang at different levels, and to move about - generally they will move up and down depending on the temperature that they try to maintain.

If you are fainting regularly I presume you are under the doctor for this, and he will be running various tests. You can mention this to him but I doubt it is anything to do with your testicles.

I assume you have tried vitamins and iron to prevent anaemia?

 
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