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Sudden pain when the testicles are deformed at the tip of the epididymis, which contains the blood supplying the testes. And when the terminal torsion occurs, the blood will not be able to feed the testes, causing ischemia and cell death. Testicular torsion occurs in men aged 12-20 years and infants. It is an urgent condition that requires urgent treatment.

The penis or penis is made up of tissues, the corpus cavernosum and the corpus spongiosum are organs that attract blood and erection. in which the disease is a disease that causes abnormalities in the erection of the penis Found in about 1% of men aged 45-60 years, this is not a dangerous condition but is about confidence and an erection.

A cyst is a clear sac that forms around the scrotum. sagging of the sac common in newborns It can be both on both sides and on one side. In babies, it usually goes away on its own. And this scrotum can occur in the elderly as well.

or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, the testes look like walnuts and are the male reproductive organs. Serves to produce lubricating water. In front of the colon below the bladder, around the urethra and benign prostatic hyperplasia. without cancer, not sexually transmitted

is the inability of men to maintain an erection until sexual intercourse is complete. which is a problem that is very problematic for the relationship between two people

It is a disease caused by the adrenal glands not working properly. In the body there are two above the kidneys. Serves to produce hormones cortisol and aldosterone. Without these two hormones, salt and water are lost in the urine. and cause blood pressure to drop as well Potassium is very dangerous. There is no way to prevent this disease.

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